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« on: October 05, 2006 08:43:14 PM »

In the land of Bär, lived a bear named Roboter Hersteller.  He was an old bear that never had any cubs.  All the cubs of Bär loved Roboter, and though he was very fond of all of them, he longed for a cub of his own.  One day he decided to finally construct one for himself.  He planned to make one of wood but preferred making one of metal because it would last longer.  Roboter then used his old science notebooks to create a layer of something similar to his own skin and fur to cover the metal surface with.  Roboter named his new cub Robeart and he loved him with all of his heart.  Unfortunately, what Roboter didn't know was that as he was locked away in his workshop creating his cub, others in Bär were dying off due to a strange virus that would first kill the bear it infected, revive it, and then slowly eat away at its skin until nothing was left.  Robeart was around enough long enough to see what was going on, but he only was able to spend a couple of days with his father until finally Roboter was also victim of the virus.  A few weeks later and Robeart was found alone.  Since the virus had nothing to feed on, it soon died.  Robeart decided that with his fathers old notebooks and textbooks, he could create a family of his own and create a new generation of bears to live and thrive in Bär.

I didn't realize we should've taken "in process" pictures so apologies.  I WAS gonna take pictures of the mess I left at my desk, but didn't think it was such a good idea.  Wink  It's the first time I work this type of project and I'm quite happy with the results.  I had the help of the guy that keeps following me around which was very cool since he usually doesn't have much thought on anything crafty.  Grin

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« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2006 08:31:46 AM »

It's so adorably grotesque! Not many things can make me go "Awww!" and "Ewww!" at the same time. Congratulations on your hideously adorable creation.
« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2006 11:21:46 AM »

LOL  Thanx   Cheesy

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« Reply #3 on: October 11, 2006 06:03:17 PM »

I love the story and the bear ! It should be made into a movie!

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