Sci Fi illustration: Gallery of Cyborg illustrations

by Fred Showker

Male and Female cyborg illustrations The movie "The Terminator" starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, was probably the first to really bring the concept of the cyborg to the forefront. There had been others, but none really as compelling as that famous series. The movie's creator James Cameron probably never suspected that his film in 1984 would spawn a generation of cyborg fans -- still very much alive 30 years later!

Future man and machine
This is a continuation of the article CYBORG, click through the gallery below, and advance the slideshow by clicking on the images

Cyborg-Girl Cyborg_Paint Daemon_terminator
Cyborg-Girl Cyborg_Paint Daemon_terminator
Transhumanism almost_human are_you_hot
Transhumanism almost_human are_you_hot
blue_cyborg blues cartoon_setting
blue_cyborg blues cartoon_setting
clear_shoes comic_style cy-sisters
clear_shoes comic_style cy-sisters
cyborg_head_drawings dark double_vision
cyborg_head_drawings dark double_vision
express_your_attitude fc01.deviantart gisela
express_your_attitude fc01.deviantart gisela
high_heels mechanized pink_hair
high_heels mechanized pink_hair
plastic_components plays_fiddle polished_plastic
plastic_components plays_fiddle polished_plastic
split_arm sub_human  
split_arm sub_human

Quoting  begins As technology becomes more and more personal, we can rest assured that the way we interface with it will also become more intimate. Even so, the choice between implant and exoskeleton is an individual one–at least for now. Quoting  ends

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