PostHeaderIcon Ghost in the Shell in 3D

Ghost in the shell started as a manga novel (created by Masamune Shirow in 1989), its huge success lead to the production of  animated films, anime series, video games and novels, and is said to have inspired the Matrix. It focuses on the activities of the counter terrorist organization Public Security Section 9 in a futuristic Japan (year 2034) specialized in fighting technology related crime. the heroin is a female cyborg named Motoko Kusanagi, she has superhuman / bionic powers thanks to her mechanical body; only her brain and a segment of her spinal cord remain organic, the rest of her body is synthetic. This character has been a great source of inspiration for digital artists working on the female robot theme. Motoko is also following a quest for existential meaning. Dreamworks has secured the rights to adapt Ghost in the Shell, set to be produced by Stephen Spielberg and released in 2011 as a live-action movie in 3D – More info about Ghost in the Shell on Wiki  Ghost in the Shell >> and about the cyborg character Motoko Kusanagi >>

Ghost in the Shell

Ghost in the Shell

Ghost in the shell trailer –

available in HD 1080

Ghost in the Shell Official Website >>

Ghost in the Shell Toy Figurines pictures & blogpost by toybot >>

and the weird stuff:
Ghost in the Shell body painting costume >>

PostHeaderIcon Robot woman fighter animation 3dmax

Nice short animation movie made in 3dmax and After Effects

A woman / ninja fighter in a robot costume enters the “training room” and must fight against two big robots.
We enjoyed the varied camera angles, slow motion animation combined with music.
Nice body work, running on walls like spiderman & dodging bullets aerobics in a matrix-like fashion.

Art-work, Modelling & Special Effects from Rappa (Raphael Pinas) based in Amsterdam
with thanks to: 3d palace / 3dbuzz /3dtotal /videocopilot.

PostHeaderIcon Sexy Robots Digital Art

The sexy robot theme is a gold mine for digital artists to showcase stunning digital effects & stimulate their creative mind. Victor Habbick has been an avid artist and photographer for over 30 years & is sharing with us his extraordinary robot creations.

Maria Robotic Gorgone

Maria - the Robotic Gorgone

Despite adversity Victor followed his dreams and after studying at Design College in the 70’s, he embraced a career in architectural drawing, advertising and graphic design, constantly evolving his techniques with the advance of computer technology.

He later started his own business Victor Habbick Visions where his Photography and Digital Artwork fusioned.



Question: “Is there any special meaning behind “Creation” or is it just left to everyone’s imagination?”
Victor: “Ah ha. I have been asked that a few times. The shot is all symbolic in a surreal fashion but basically it’s the rise of Artificial Intelligence, the next phase is life on Earth! make of that what you will! Robots is one of these areas that for many, including myself, has always been an area wide open to interpretation and when you add the female into the mix its that  bit more of a challenge.

Androgynous Android

Androgynous Android

Victor has now an international client list and has been published in numerous books, magazines & exhibitions and  has also extended his work to stock photography. He comments: “This has enabled me to indulge in my first love for the surreal and fantastic imagery that first caught my attention in my youth and has stayed with me throughout life.”
His portfolio is vast & varied over and beyond the sexy robot theme.

PostHeaderIcon Beyonce Robot Video, Humanoid Lady Gaga, Kylie Robot

There is a clear trend for Pop Divas going robotics as Beyonce is transformed into a sexy robot at the BET Awards and in her 2009 Concert.  This robot suit is different from the vintage golden robot bodysuit she wore in Sweet Dreams. Here is a great fashion link to find out more about the origin of some of the Robot costumes worn by Beyonce in Sweet Dreams and Lady Gaga in Paparazzi. more info >>

These creations originated from the Cat-walk, designed by the reknown fashion designer Thierry Mugler. Lady Gaga’s outfit was previously worn by Emma Sjoberg in George Michael’s music video Too Funky Beyonce’s vintage robot outfit in Sweet Dreams was first worn by Nadja Auermann in 1995. Beyonce emerging from a robot shell opening electronically at the BET Awards has raised criticism for its ressemblance with Kylie’s World Tour for her concert Fever. Ironically, both stage show have no doubt found inspiration from the movie Metropolis filmed before you were born,  in 1926!

Sexy Robot Divas

Sexy Robot Divas

Click here for the Daily Mail article and more photos >>

Below is yet another version of the Beyonce Robot – Easy Tiger!!!

A similar concept was used for the Kylie concert Fever. Kylie emerges from a robot suit “shell”.

PostHeaderIcon How to turn a woman into a humanoid female

Full on Photoshop tutorial to change a woman into a humanoid female with lots of Photoshop tips and step by step photographs.

How to make a humanoid female in Photoshop

How to make a humanoid female in Photoshop

PostHeaderIcon human model robot for the cat-walk

Walking female robot designed to be a model on the cat-walk.

The HRP-4C is a humanoid robot created by the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology and publicly demonstrated in March 2009.  She is 158cm tall and weighs 43kg including battery. She  is capable of voice recognition and speech synthesis.

The walk does not quite match real top models but it’s a work in progress.
Her face is adorable though and she can express a range of feelings.

More info and pictures about HRP-4C is available on the official website of the the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology:

PostHeaderIcon Fighter Female Robot

Fighter female robot – design from Dark Geometry Studios.

female fighter robot

female fighter robot

PostHeaderIcon Evolution of Technology – Saturn Commercial

The evolution of robots from the stone-age onwards

PostHeaderIcon Bicentennial Man Trailer

PostHeaderIcon Cyborg Woman fighting back

Watch out! – Artwork by Dark Geometry Studios