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Zealot Automatists by Rodrigo-Vega Zealot Automatists by Rodrigo-Vega
Humans> Zealots> Automatists.
Automatists are the most reclusive of the zealot parties. They live in a close relation to the automaton race of the Cauldron Born, whose technology they use believing to be miraculous in nature.
The Automatist culture has thus, developed in distant worlds in which the ritualized use of non-human technological relics has dispaced industrail and technological development from its key role in most contemporary human civilizations.

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:iconfirestars-hunter:
firestars-hunter Sep 23, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
AMAZAH!
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:icongilpires:
How the f*** can you make such complex clothes?! that's a great work ;D
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:iconfirestars-hunter:
firestars-hunter Sep 23, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
it's probably a REALLY big picture...
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:iconchizek:
not always. =P
He sketches these on paper. Dunno how many he has per page though.
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:iconfirestars-hunter:
firestars-hunter Sep 23, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, I said probably.

Odds are he uses larger than printer paper at least.
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:iconchardor:
why does the last one make me more think of Vivec than some buddhist god..
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:iconjlundhart:
jLundhArt Sep 21, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Don't you mean Hindu god? There's no god, or gods, whatsoever in Buddhism as far as I'm aware.
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:iconrodrigo-vega:
Rodrigo-Vega Sep 25, 2012  Professional General Artist
The fact that Buddha isnt God doesnt mean that there are not gods in -any- branch of Buddhism.
Correct me if I'm wrong but I thought 2 out of 6 kinds of spiritual lives in the Saṃsāra are some sort of God or demi-god. So those are plenty of gods. Ultimately I think it all comes down to the definition of what a "god" really means.
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jLundhArt Sep 26, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
True enough. I, for one, would define a God as an omnipresent, allmighty and allknowing entity that was as the very least created right alongside the universe. And I don't know of any of those in the Buddhist lore at least=P
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:iconrodrigo-vega:
Rodrigo-Vega Sep 27, 2012  Professional General Artist
But if you take greek gods for example, (to which we all agree are some kind of god) they were sons and daughters of other gods born at a given mythical point, they harm/kill each other (not all that immortal or eternal) they cheated and kept secret from each other (not allknowing) and had a speciffic domain over certain aspect of reality (god of war, god of the oceans, god of parties) so they were not allmighty either.
As world-wide and history-wide concept common to pretty much all humanity, godness is as diverse as the cultures that worship. Much like art... what is art anyway?
Gods in buddhist lore for example die, even if after billions of years, some say that rules them out as gods. I think so. They are still invisible supernatural entities more close to the divinity than humans, with longer existances, some sort of power over reality... I'm sure there are cultures with gods less godly than that.
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