Long live Manami!(and other Chen's new work)

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Re: Long live Manami!(and other Chen's new work)

Postby Chen » Sat Jan 12, 2019 5:50 am

Wow, thank you, Robotman ^^ :lol:
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Re: Long live Manami!(and other Chen's new work)

Postby Chen » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:25 am

Making Up

Do you know how to make up in the robotic way? GA-4025 will show you it!

http://www.fembotwiki.com/index.php?title=File:MakingUp.png

Oh, it seems that she can't manipulate those "attachments" smoothly ;)
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Re: Long live Manami!(and other Chen's new work)

Postby Chen » Thu Jan 17, 2019 7:29 am

Guard Turret & Spy Robot

Fembot agent Helena has a new mission. She has to invade and investigate a secret criminal base. Inside the base, she finds some patrol bots. Helena decides to make use of those enemy bots. She captures and dismembers some of them, then she analyzes components of those bots with her own advanced and mighty body. If her body can handle software and hardware of those bots, she will refit her body with them to separate herself into two robots.

http://www.fembotwiki.com/index.php?title=File:FembotAgentHelena.png

Her main body will become the "guard turret", and her head will become the "spy robot". The optical observing and fire-control assembly taken from the enemy bot gets attached to Helena's headless neck. It will direct Helena's body to shoot. Helena's head goes with the lower half of another spider-like bot. This new tiny spy will make the reconnaissance more easy.
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Re: Long live Manami!(and other Chen's new work)

Postby Chen » Sun Jan 20, 2019 9:36 am

Are You Really Going To Repair Me?

http://www.fembotwiki.com/index.php?title=File:YouRepairMe.png

Or just enjoying the process of dismantling my machine body? Sorry, but I somehow don't feel that you take it seriously...
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Re: Long live Manami!(and other Chen's new work)

Postby Chen » Wed Jan 23, 2019 7:17 am

I Am Really A Robot

http://www.fembotwiki.com/index.php?title=File:HoldHead.png

......
So, what shall I do? :hypnotized:
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Re: Long live Manami!(and other Chen's new work)

Postby liliwinnt6 » Wed Jan 23, 2019 8:43 am

it would be interesting for a sentient robot holding his/her head
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Re: Long live Manami!(and other Chen's new work)

Postby Chen » Thu Jan 24, 2019 5:17 am

She indeed is ;) She looks emotionless because she got shocked deeply.
I am so curious of her interaction with her robot body. It must be fun! :lovestruck:
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Re: Long live Manami!(and other Chen's new work)

Postby Chen » Sun Jan 27, 2019 9:45 am

Not Me

Yu-Yu tumbled over and hit her head on the concrete. She surprisingly found that even her neck got broken, she still could move. The secret is, Yu-Yu is a robot.

http://www.fembotwiki.com/index.php?title=File:NotMe.png

Yu-Yu got astonished so much, and she refused to recognize her real self. Not just because that she is a robot as she never knew it; the real reason is, Yu-Yu's robotic body makes she look like a cheap and ridiculous robot.

"Hum! Look at that funny spring! Look at that broken cable! Am I a robot which comes from a satirical cartoon? And what is this stupid screw which fell out from my neck!? Is this a part of me? Oh my..."

Yu-Yu closes her eyes, she refuses to accept the truth.
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Re: Long live Manami!(and other Chen's new work)

Postby Chen » Thu Jan 31, 2019 10:15 am

Rest On Motorcycle

My girlfriend Ting-Ya is a fembot, but she never knows that. In fact, it's the top secret between Ting-Ya's body and me.

Once Ting-Ya didn't like me despite I always love her very much. She preferred to get along with another handsome boy, Da-Lu. Da-Lu is also one of my friends. We three often went to the seaside and played all day long together.

Unfortunately, one day Da-Lu had a quarrel with Ting-Ya and left us earlier. I accompanied Ting-Ya to stroll along the cliff. Suddenly Ting-Ya fell.

I rode my motorcycle and went to rescue Ting-Ya. When I went to her, she stood up and walked to my motorcycle. She looked in bad condition, and I horribly found that she is a robot. Ting-Ya lay down on my motorcycle, then she said: "Need help, need help, need help..."

http://www.fembotwiki.com/index.php?title=File:TakeARest.png

No, not said by her, just by her body. Actually Ting-Ya didn't exist in that moment. It was her body who asked for help. Her body told me that it could repair itself with its devices and nanomachines, but it still needed materials and help. Amazingly, I talked to a robotic body which belonged to the one I love. I asked Ting-Ya's body to let Ting-Ya to hold me tight when I rode my motorcycle and took her back to her house. Oh, don't misunderstand, I did it for safety, not for my desire.

Finally, Ting-Ya had been fixed, and her body helped me to win her heart. Now Ting-Ya is my girlfriend, a lovely robot girlfriend.
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Re: Long live Manami!(and other Chen's new work)

Postby liliwinnt6 » Thu Jan 31, 2019 12:57 pm

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