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Topic: Decapitiation Device
Background: Design a device that decapitiates. Fish, people, carrots... whatever. I will not allow gratuitous blood and gore for the sake of blood and gore.
Inspiration and Info:
Wikipedia on Decapitation
1. Design and draw a Decapitiation Device.
2. That's it... now draw!
Final entries must be posted in the final thread.
Deadline: Wednesday, September 15
Rounds usually close around midnight GMT.
Trying to figure out something on this.
I'm working on something for this, promise. Took the weekend off to rot my brain with video games.
JanJager, your idea looks very interesting, but I don't really understand what the red rods are for... how do they relate to the design and/or function?
First time in IWD
I thought of a flying decapitator, working on making it less menacing and more 'fun'. It could be a toy for the children of a warlike tribe of aliens, something like that. Maybe it's a twisted version of Mr. Bucket where, instead of balls, you feed it the heads of some tiny defenseless creature.
The idea behind it is that you're supposed to get the 'bucket' part on the head of your victim, and a trigger (remote controlled, or maybe a rope/chain) would activate the shutter blades in it, cutting the head clean off without getting your own hands messy. Voila! Head in a bucket.
Funny toy. Looking forward to see more.
The red rods are meant to be a tool for opening the thing without cutting of the fingers and to get more power. Thanks for pointing it out. I tried to show it more in the last wip.
JanJager, that's an awesome design. Something so appealing about it. You'd make a good bonsai saboteur.
Updating with instructions for the De-capper toy and basic blade placement schematics, final will be up real soon
@JanJager That's a mean contraption. If I see a mysteriously mutilated bonsai plant in the future I'll know who to blame