Hi there, folks!
This is quite a busy week (as any other, I suppose) and I've been able to do very little outside of my monthly assignments and projects. That said, however, I've been able to take a half hour in-between to complete this small piece for last month's challenge at the OUTLAND Collective
) group, its theme being "Robot"
As I mentioned there, this was a tad difficult, even when it seemed tailored to my skills at drawing machinery and technology. It's the fact that I draw science fiction so often that had me wondering how could I come up with something original amidst all the robots that usually plague my illustrations.
Finally, after giving it some thought, I concluded that I'd give this mechanical creation a spin through its actions rather than its design. I've always been fascinated by the fact that robots are usually used by humans as tools to do all those things we would find hard or difficult to; or morally ambiguous. These machines are thus tasked with endeavors that might seem strange and, being devoid of any investment into them, they'd slowly complete them wondering why humans would go to such lenghts as to creating new life to trap existing ones in this particular case. I hope you enjoy it!