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The Tojinbo Cannons - Neo Japan 2202 by johnsonting The Tojinbo Cannons - Neo Japan 2202 by johnsonting
Here's another piece for Neo Jap 2202! Getting really excited expanding the universe bit by bit.

Long story short: The Tojinbo Cannons (Located at the Tojinbo cliffs, Japan) were built to shoot the moon in half to decrease the rapid acceleration because it was going to hit earth. Bam.

Edit: Took off the long description of the story because there were heated debates in the comments and i do not want people to argue on this website. However, i definitely appreciate all the opinions given and i'll insert them into the story to fix the minor confusion. Also, as i mentioned, the story i have posted is already simplified and theres definitely alot of backstory behind the technology and how they work, so i felt that it was a little rude to assume that i lack common sense and i did not research properly, just for your information i dont go around post mindless stories without making sense in the universe. I'll just post up the story once i have more paintings to help visualize it! :D


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NEO JAPAN 2202 - SHIROBAI by johnsontingNEO JAPAN 2202 by johnsontingThe Biwa Generators - Neo Japan 2202 by johnsontingNEO JAPAN 2202 - Shin Jinrui Experiment by johnsontingNEO JAPAN 2202 - Enerugi Gado by johnsontingNEO JAPAN 2202 -  Royales by johnsontingNEO JAPAN 2202 - KIKAI YOHEI by johnsonting
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CrazyGobb Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing.
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ScotchNvl Featured By Owner May 15, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
If this universe has mastered space travel then why didn't Earth just build space based weapons? They'd be easier to position than waiting for the guns on the ground and the moon to align. But still I can't not say this piece is amazing. And yet those 20th century Chinooks.
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soul-venom Featured By Owner May 1, 2014
Awesome guns. By the way most people assume that those guns shoot projectiles. Its the future? they could be giant Particle accelerators, laser cannons or even ray cannons. Anyway I do see however firing a weapon like that in earths atmosphere without the right kind containment field could destroy the ozone layer or worse.
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nightovizard Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2014  Hobbyist
This is amazing! these Cannons are really big!

However, why are you using Chinook helicopters? It does not fit the setting at all, I think you should design some kind of futuristic transport aircraft, looking at your other works, it should look incredible.
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XelfrepuslaX Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2014
Lovely piece of art, I like how the pipes are in the water, using the water for cooling it seems.
Is there somewhere I can read the whole lore? It has caught my attention haha.
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AOGRAI Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Collossal!
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Kissakisan Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Coo'shit, son :D
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ricey Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Hey, the Browning .50 cal machine gun was designed in 1918 and is still used extensively today, the M1911A1 pistol was designed in 1911 and is still used...
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J35P3R4D0 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Chinook helicopters are not likely to be used in 200 years time. 
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jxk25 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2014
CH-47s were introduced in 1962 and the first ones (after upgrades) are still in active service, the last variant (CH-47F) rolled out of the production line in 2006. It's a great helicopter with a great design, so hey, who knows.
Also, Kawasaki has a license to produce them (as variant J), so that places them in Japan with local production.
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