Substituting human muscles with machine parts seems to be a standard procedure in creating cyborgs, but your figure stretches in such a human and gracious way (stressing the sternocleidomastoideus ) that the man-machine-paradox is nicely highlighted.
I do love 13-minute sketches, but I'd also like to see a more detailed version of this.
Also, though she uses a human brain for processing, she is still technically an android though you can call her a cyborg if you want. In the era which the story takes place, there is little distinction between robot and human.
I actually read through that whole series (at least what is out) in less than twelv hours. I love it so much. sigh That's where alot of inspiration for deviations have been comming from including a BAA fan art crossover from me.
a game really kick ass kinda scary and addictive in campaign mode your mighting cyborgs called "Strogg"they're actually human who've had their arm's and legs cut off (with bloody smuffered tools and no painkillers) an replaced with mechanical part like a gun or jets or your whole body....you kinda become one on quake 4 (newest and kicks ass) you see yourself forced through the process and doesnt sound pretty and when near the end of been converted by some lazer your squad saves you.... il find you a vid if i can of it or something...