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Thread: 2008 Robotics and Industrial
March 4th, 2010 #31onno
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July 13th, 2010 #34
I've always been intrigued with the design of firearms, and just as fascinated with how they're modified for use in films or games. A great site with lots of useful pictures is the Internet Movie Firearms DataBase: http://www.imfdb.org
Like I said, lots of nicely detailed pictures as well as screen caps from hundreds and hundreds of TV shows, movies and video games.
January 29th, 2011 #35
I posted this in the creature topic as well, but I thought these macro photos of spiders might be really useful for robot design due to the way their bodies segment and their eyes and stuff.
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December 24th, 2011 #37
Can't stop watching the AC5 trailer!
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February 9th, 2012 #38
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All sarcasm aside, I do want to thank you and the rest of the contributors to this thread. I have browsed this site for years, and am finally now really focusing on improving my art skills without going tens of thousands of dollars into debt.
Every time I go to post a thread about "Where can I find good anatomy reference?" or "Where can I find good mechanical reference?", I always end up finding a great thread that already addresses the issue. Everyone on here and the site itself continues to be a tremendous help for me.
Cheers! If anyone is interested in schematics/exploded views of aircraft, please let me know... I was telling a friend of mine (an airline mechanic) about my art studies, and he said he could probably get some good mechanical stuff relating to aircraft.