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    Sci Fi Machinery & Equipment... Best Artists of... Inspiration Thread

    Anybody have any favorite artists who do sci-fi machinery? It would be cool to have a thread of inspiration on the topic... From comic books and black and white work to oil paintings or concept work...

    I guess wally wood is a good starting point...
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    Hey Kev, what's wrong with old fashioned! The older stuff looks more 'other worldly' even more now - not retro so much as 'classic'.
    Great idea for a thread btw. I'll see what I can dig up.
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    And of course, Kirby did some ludicrous technology...
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    Tsutomu Nihei "Blame!" comic. When I saw that, I was like "Now that's a Sci-fi equipment!"

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    Yeahh !! Tsutomu Nihei rocks !!

    It is both cool and true to have this kind of sign on the comic cover ----[Caution: reading this comic can dye your fingers black]
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    my fave always as far as drawing machinery that had weight a purpose and it was believable ....

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    enrigo - haha.
    kingshaj - I was reading recently his comics and you're right. It all looks quite natural.

    By the way. They made a super short anime based on his comics which are kind of introduction to the whole story. Very weird mood. Here's Log 6 with the same fragment posted above. I love this industrial style elevator .

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    Amano for the win! Although, Gez Fry, Geof Darrow, Syd Mead, and Miyazaki are on the list. (Oooh and the guy who did Steam Boy!)

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    nice pick to start off the thread, Kev

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    but for serious here, I have to give it up for the master: Syd Mead

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    Dave, nice comic!!! EC rocks and always will!

    Okay here's some darrow and matrix stuff...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kev ferrara View Post
    Dave, nice comic!!! EC rocks and always will!

    Okay here's some darrow and matrix stuff...
    Shh.. Kev, geof did the concept art for the Matrix...

    And Tastuya Tanaka did steam boy
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