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CyberZombi by D4N13l3 CyberZombi by D4N13l3
This is my personal vision of computer dependence...
My wife says that's me.... :-)
Like new technologic zombi we are attracted by all new hi tech gadget .... and we can't live without a computer... for me it's something like that....
Thanks for all comments.
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MangaAssault Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013   Digital Artist
It's true.
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NOMANSNODEAD Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
very nice! i really like the impression.
good job! :-)
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scart Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013
Very cool work
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D4N13l3 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks :-)
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RetSamys Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
"Cyberpunk is not dead - it just smells bad." Sometimes, Science Fiction can be really scary. I just finished reading Hyperion...
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D4N13l3 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
cyberpunk has always been with us as aliens :-)
I don't know Hyperion can you tell me about it?
I'm searching a good book of sci fi, that can replace my favorite writers... P.K. Dick.... :-)
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RetSamys Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
The Hyperion Cantos by Dan Simmons is actually two books: Hyperion and The Fall of Hyperion. Some parts may be odd, brutal or unresolved for a long time, but it has plot twists, AIs, galactical politics games, interesting characters and a good structure. I don't know what you usually like, but don't expect this to be a short read, all together it has almost 1500 pages. Stephen King has mentioned that he actually envies Dan Simmons...

Here's a bit of the plot:
Hyperion:
In the future, Earth has been destroyed, there are a lot of colonies, connected by an Internet-like structure, the Farcaster portals and only some ships with Newton drive.
Seven persons travel to the colony on the planet Hyperion. It is said that the Shrike, the Lord Of Pain resides there, supposedly a god-like being that randomly kills people in horrific ways. As they travel to their destination, most of the book is about all of the travellers telling their story, why they are on this quest and what they have to do with the Shrike.
The Fall of Hyperion:
War between the Hegemony (the galactic republic) and the Ousters (genetically enhanced humans living in space) breaks out. We get insights of the politics and those who are in charge of the war, the Core where the AIs reside independently, the epicentre of the war on Hyperion with the characters from the first book and the main character as a bystander who is some sort of human-AI hybrid.

The thing that kept me going was the revelations that snook up from behind and hit me. All secrets were solved in the end and it was an epic journey. But it was also really weird. Older Science Finction...
I think I will have to read more into cyberpunk, I rather liked the Neuromancer trilogy and some insignificant works. Do you know some good ones?
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D4N13l3 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks for the explanation!
I prefer themes a little 'more terrestrial, in the sense confined to our planet, although to be honest I don't dislike even more.
I don't know so much about cyberpunk literature, I prefer movies, I'm hungry of image so i prefer to see the world rather than imagine it,
but I love books with stories about mysteries of humanity: fanta archeology ;-)
it's very difficult to explain what kind of book I like, but I suggest you, if you haven't yet done, to read something of Phillip K. Dick,
you should start from the stories, but also the fabulous Ubik (maybe make a movie in a few years) then you know what I like :-) .
Gibson, I read it but didn't take me.
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MuzzledElk Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Student Digital Artist
How I feel after winter vacation.
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D4N13l3 Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
ah ahah :-)
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