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Memories of a Machine by Immy-is-Thinking Memories of a Machine by Immy-is-Thinking
An exquisite corpse with Luca Rossi (Italy) - Luca drew the left half and covered but for a small strip, from which I completed the right half. Guess the connections!
THANK YOU SO MUCH LUCA! :D

I already know from previous collaboration that Luca is the master of precision drawing... so an A3 EC made me rather nervous... Fortunately for me he is also very patient because this took me... For.... Ever....! But I was so excited when I finally got to cut the tape, open the drawing and see the beautiful whole! Thanks again my friend! :huggle:
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:iconchristophf:
so good like my Bellmer from Kattowitz O/S
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FabioKeiner Apr 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
it's me in some future :)
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ChiakiNeko Jan 21, 2014   General Artist
This is beautiful..I love the amalgamation of the organic with the technological! If you don't mind, could you explain the purpose or meaning behind this work (if you guys had one in mind)?
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Immy-is-Thinking Feb 9, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you muchly! 

I don't think we really has a purpose... the idea of exquisite corpse is that you don't know what each other draws til the end... but I guess Luca and I have collab before and I think we tend towards the neuro-mechanical!
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ChiakiNeko Feb 9, 2014   General Artist
No problem!

Neuro-mechanical..that's a good way to put it. Well this is a really one-of-a-kind work, so great job!
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Drawing looks fantastic, particular the cells were an awesome touch.  Are those retina ganglionic cells?  I really wanted them to be radial glia. 
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Immy-is-Thinking Aug 1, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you :hug: actually they are CA1/2 hippocampal pyramidal cells... at the time I drew this I was working on a study of formalin-fixed brain slices... The images stuck in my head! :)
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theoristunlimitedx Jul 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Beautiful
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Immy-is-Thinking Jul 22, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you :D
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featured in journal 'metamorphosis' [link] enjoy! :meditate:
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