Entry Two: Junkbot
By: josephelopod

Use of Dirty (Unclean) Bricks
(out of 30)
Style and Panache
(Out of 30)
(Out of 30)
(Out of 10)
15 10 10 0 35
Jen's Comments: Not so much "dirty" as "thrown together"

Entry Description:

xposted at JL contest as well, but this one is more geared for RC side of the contest. how can you tell a culture is truly growing and coming together as a society? robots! the desolate shanty town folk have built themselves a junkbot to help out with some of their daily repetitive routines, building shambly shelters, chasing off foreign hobos, and scraping crayon goop out of the bottoms of bricks. junkbot is made out of 100% castoff bricks and yes those are motorbike limbs, imported from a broken collection in Denmark Very Happy

the citizens are obviously elated:

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