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Daddy's Little Girl by Tramp-Graphics Daddy's Little Girl by Tramp-Graphics
This is the (now former Mosaic) piece Daddy's Little Girl, written by myself and Lindsay, Neko, Smith [link]
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:iconfansyboots:
Fansyboots Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2013
Optimus "Damn it Powerglide not again!"


("The Girl Who Loved Powerglide" + rule 34 = Oh Primus the mental image!)
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CausewayFembot Featured By Owner May 25, 2012
This is great, LOVE IT!
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GesiaRoss Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2012
oh my~Moonracer was soooooo cute in this work
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supermechagoji Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2012
Powerglide's reaction when Ironhide walked in:[link]
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:icondragonjaj:
Dragonjaj Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
lololololol thats funny
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Alalaya2 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2011
hahaha Powerglide is toast
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:iconwhatwazthat:
whatwazthat Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2011
ahahhaha! Busted!!! I love it!
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:iconrunway01:
Runway01 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2011  Student Writer
:rofl: Powerglide's in real trouble now!

This is just awesome :D
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Artiste-X Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2011
.... I'm so glad I'm not the only one who thought of this XD
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Jovianwolfgirl Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011
OMG! I just found this! LOL! Poor Powergilde. And Moonie so much for relastionships now. Ha, what you going to come up with next? It be funny if you did Optimus and Elita...with Arcee as their daughter.
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:icontramp-graphics:
Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011  Professional General Artist
Never happen. I don't see Arcee as the daughter of any canon bots. The only family Arcee is known to have is Rat Trap from Beast Wars (she's his great aunt). This does mean that she has a sibling or siblings who had offspring, who, in turn, had offspring.

If I were to do anything with Optimus and Elita, it would be their joining under the Covenant of Primus, and it wouldn't be for laughs.
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:iconjovianwolfgirl:
Jovianwolfgirl Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011
Ah, well. I got a good laugh on this. Thanks away!
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:icontramp-graphics:
Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Professional General Artist
Yeah, well, it really wouldn't work basically telling the same joke twice anyway just with different characters. The trick is to tell a different joke each time, not the same one over and over.
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Jovianwolfgirl Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2011
That true it would get old. Still i would like to see a other comic. I did enjoy it very much! Have anything going or think about?
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:icontramp-graphics:
Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2011  Professional General Artist
A few. Just need to find a good collaborator to work on scripts with. And get caught up on a few Mosaics in backlog.
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Jovianwolfgirl Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011
Ah, this seems to be going around a lot, everyone been busy and waiting for someone free time. So what had you think that Moonracer should be Ironhide and Chromia daughter?
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Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011  Professional General Artist
The way she interacted with Chromia. Chromia seemed very protective of her, like a mother. And since Chromia and Ironhide are "together", that would make Ironhide "dad".
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RainbowStr8ghtJacket Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
:squee: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA *died*
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pepe900 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2011
R.I.P powerglide XD
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:icontramp-graphics:
Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2011  Professional General Artist
:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: ROFLMAO!!! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
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abarai-san Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2011  Hobbyist
Haha :lol: awesome!
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reeves83 Featured By Owner May 16, 2011
i remember the discussions that got this banned. it started off as criticism but then (like so many things) turned into a witch hunt.
i'll be honest, i wouldn't want to see this in a tf cartoon, but i can fav this for the funny storyline and beautiful art. i don't think that anything here should be classed as offensive. its a great story that i can relate too since i have three daughters and fear their future teenage years.

don't stop pushing boundaries. those are the stories that are remembered the longest :) so many mosaics are forgettable after 24 hours
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avionusmaximus Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2011
powerglide is so slagging dead when ironhide gets his hands on him

aint no way no how that glide can run fly or hide he is so slagged for sure
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Stormrider19 Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice!
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LucasVN Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2011
This is brilliant.
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DarkeklawGreywolf Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2010
I don't know, Tramp, I just don't see it. Basically because well all that bulky alt mode stuff gets in the way.

Now I don't know where in Canon you got that they are a Biological lifeform, they aren't even in Generation two the closest they got to having a Biological reproduction was Budding, which actually split one TF into two.

I think you get confused by forgetting that (at least in the Cartoon) Canon, the Genders were FORCED onto the Transformers by their Quint masters. (you'll also note that Decepticon females are VERY VERY Rare in any of the Mythology and while there are Autobot Females we've only seem a small core group of them Elita Chromia, Moonracer, Arcee, and a small handfull of others who's names I forget. So if there really is biological reproduction it's with a small subset of females, doesn't that seem out of balance to you? It sure does to me. I think you find the Idea intriguing because it's what you know, this is how my body works. This is logical, but it's only logical if the Female Population isn't outnumbered a billion to one, which in the case of "Canon" Transformers is the sad sad truth. There just aren't enough Females in either camp for sustained Biological reproduction.

The comic is cute though, for what it is...
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Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2010  Professional General Artist
Actually, Primus created them male and female long before the Quints enslaved them. At least one of the Original Thirteen was female. Gender was not forced upon them. Also, there are more than just a handful of females. All we see is but a small portion of the Cybertronian population, and those are pretty much all military personnel.

The ratio of males to females in a military is not going to be the same as in the general population of a planet. Thus, females are not nearly as rare as you think and aren't even treated as rare or anything out of the ordinary, not in most continuities, it isn't a matter of what "camp" they're in. Females are not anything "special". Most females (and males for that matter) are civilians, not part of either faction. We only see the military personnel though because that is who the focus of the story is on. If females were truly rare, then Transformers wouldn't be forming monogamous pairings between male and female, they wouldn't marry, as is certainly the case with a number of couples (Deathsaurus and Esmeryl, and Cybertron Downshift and his wife for example). You'd instead have a single Queen with many males servicing her, and females would certainly not be fighting. They'd be too precious. Overall though, there are well over 120+ females shown on screen (in print, or as a toy) in the canon in the various continuities, not including generic background characters. Thus, the "small subset" is only among the military populations—not the general populous— and that's typical of most militaries.

Secondly, all life is "biological", though not necessarily organic. "Biological" simply means, "of or pertaining to biology." Biology means life (and the study thereof), in all its myriad forms and phenomena. Thus, all life is biological. Not all life is necessarily carbon-based organic though.

Third, remember that Transformers aren't like Earth robots created by our current level of technology. Their bodies are made up of self-replicating nanomachine cells with a DNA analog, with genetic code. This certainly allows them to reproduce through cellular replication (which covers both Asexual and sexual reproduction). In Marvel, the Transformers were asexual, and reproduced through an asexual process (budding). There were no females in that continuity, like there are in virtually every other one. And, if even the one continuity where they are sexless, they could reproduce, it stands to reason that they can reproduce in the continuities were they are male and female. This time sexually as opposed to asexually.

As for canon evidence of it, aside from the afore mentioned marriages and romances, there's also the Transformer families, the children with mothers and fathers. These include Wheelie, whose mother and father were killed in the crash that left him stranded on Quintessa (The Story of Wheelie, the Wild by of Quintesson), The Lithonian families (86 movie), The many, many small children of the Decepticons (Victory #10 manga), and Stampy's mother and father (Beast Wars Neo manga.

As for the bulky alt mode stuff getting in the way, that depends upon what the external parts of the reproductive systems look like, namely the male interface unit, which on a Cybertronain would more likely be some form of cable or line with a valved jack on the end to jack into the female port rather than a human style phallus.
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:iconmelansgirl:
MelansGirl Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
Did you write an essay on Transformers sex? Sounds interesting.

Also I do remember when it was a mosaic.
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Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2011  Professional General Artist
Yes, I did, sort of. more accurately, it's an essay and anatomical diagram of Cybertronan internal anatomy and biology, and how real world science and biological laws apply. It's titled Mechanobiology 101 and can be found in my gallery.
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:iconkotego:
Kotego Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2010  Hobbyist
:XD: Looks like someone's growing up too fast for his liking
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:icontramp-graphics:
Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2010  Professional General Artist
Ain't that the truth.
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Kotego Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2010  Hobbyist
xD
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Lady-Elita-1 Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is epic Love it :)
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SharkNinjaBlueStar Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010
I don't see why or how you've acumulated so many haters from this, personally I love your work, and the relationships you portray between a mech and a femme is a welcome change from the majority of slash that you see nowadays
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Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010  Professional General Artist
Because a lot of fans have it in their heads that Transformers can't be literally male and female, that they can't reproduce and have children, that they have to be built because they're robots, that they can't or shouldn't follow the same laws of biology as any other form of life because they're robots or aliens, that being "male and female" has to mean something completely different for them.
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SharkNinjaBlueStar Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010
I hear ya...different people have different interpretations, not sure which one I'm really sold on yet, I like the whole "mech-meets-femme" aproach because of the romantic possibilities, but as I said, I'm not entirely sure...
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Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010  Professional General Artist
Well, they are living organisms, they are made up of self-replicating nanomachine cells containing a DNA analog (CNA), and they're male and female. They're also been shown to fall in love, marry, and even have children, as evidenced in Victory #10 among other sources. There's no logical reason why they can't. The simplest answer to the question, "Why would they be male or female?" is why is any life form male or female. Why would any species of life have genders? The same reason.
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SharkNinjaBlueStar Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010
ah...I see...forgot about that Victory...it was...Deathsaurus that had children and a wife, correct?

and the more I think about it...the more it makes sense...
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Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010  Professional General Artist
He had a wife named Esmeryl (sometimes spelled Esmeral). The children in that manga were those of all of the Decepticons, mostly the Dinoforce's, though some were probably his and Esmeryl's as well.
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SharkNinjaBlueStar Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2010
ah, I remember now...
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SharkNinjaBlueStar Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2010
Aww man, ^^; I get all sappy readin this, kinda wish it was cannon, seems like it could be legit
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EcliptorCalrissian Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2010
While I'm among those who doesn't like the idea of TFs having human-style sex with everything merely renamed, this is hilarious. I wish people would take things like this less personally and just enjoy.
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Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2010  Professional General Artist
Thanks. I prefer this theory because it follows the actual scientific laws of biology and it fits with the fact that they're fully living organisms made up of self-replicating nanomachine cells with a form of DNA analog. Most other ideas are still based on the misconception that "because they're 'robots', they have to be built", which is countered by both canon and by actual scientific theory on nanotechnology.

Most people who don't like the idea do so for either that reason or for the "icky" factor.
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EcliptorCalrissian Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2010
How is it a "law of biology" when not all organisms in our backyards reproduce the same way? Why does a little uncertainty about how it works for them have to mean that it works exactly the way it does for us but with a thing or two renamed?

Rather than make a long speech, I'll leave you with just one thing to consider:

[link]

Does that look like a bot who's hearing something familiar to him that goes for every life form in the universe?
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Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2010  Professional General Artist
All life reproduces in one of two ways, Asexually (from a single parent organisms) or sexually (from two parent organisms). Asexual reproduction takes many forms: Mitosis, budding, parthenogenesis, spores, etc.

Sexual reproduction also takes many forms: pollination, copulation, external fertilization, etc. However, it is still fundamentally reproduction through the union of gametes. Two cells, each containing half of the genetic material from one parent, combines to form a single zygote containing a full compliment of genes made up of a mix of both parents' DNA, which then grows into a new organism. As I said, this can take many forms. the parents can copulate with the male fertilizing the female internally, and the female then either laying eggs or gestating the offspring within a "womb". It can involve external fertilization where the male and female release their sperm and eggs into a medium (such as water) where fertilization takes place and the eggs develop. It can involve pollination, where the stamen releases pollen into the air (or onto a host) which then transfers the pollen to a pistil on another (or the same) flower thus fertilizing the ovum, producing seeds and some form of "fruit" (not necessarily edible) to contain them.

It doesn't matter the exact details, fundamentally, these processes still fall into one of two categories, asexual reproduction, or sexual reproduction. All life reproduces in one of these two ways.

As for the clip from Animated do you really know for certain what Sari said? Also consider her age. Do you really think she actually knows about the "birds and the bees"? For all we know she could have said "The stork brings them", or some such. And even if she does know that the baby comes out of the mother's belly, She certainly didn't go into any great detail into the finer points of human reproduction and pregnancy. So, even if Transformers' birth is different (possibly from egg-pods), that doesn't preclude mating in some form. So, no, it doesn't have to work "exactly" the way it does in humans. However, given their physiologies, and the examples I have provided which give us glimpses of their anatomies, it does suggest that their mating and gestation processes would be similar at least in most continuities.
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RoboticGirl Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Hehe, like when my dad saw me and my boyfriend when he said 'goodbye' after the cinema.
Hehe. She was sooooooo pissed of.
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drugTito Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2010
Um..."former Mosaic"?
Like in 'revoked' or something? :confused:
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:icontramp-graphics:
Tramp-Graphics Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2010  Professional General Artist
Long story.
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drugTito Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2010
Heh..okay then

The thing is, according to the data to the right, this strip predates my joining here....and I contribute to TF:M every once in a while, so the "former Mosaic" phrase confused me a bit. Didn't know something can stop being a Mosaic.

Never mind. As you were. :)
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KM-Mafia Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2010
Robots can't have babies. Or have sex.
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