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    I'm speechless, what a beautifull set of masterpieces.


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    This is incredible work. Thanks for posting.

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    this looks all really nice.
    if your book gets published i'd buy it alone for the pictures.
    very unique stuff that you have build, its great to see that you got those jobs like building the desk and that ook shelf.
    what i think could be cool if youd build more animals and equiped them with a motor so that they can move on theyr own (i mean just standing and having theyr ears move or something, you could arrange an exhibition with that kinda stuff i guess. or sell them as advert-things i dont know id love to see one of those creatures, moving in a public window.
    good work

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    These are stunningly gorgeous; beautiful work. It made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up.

    Giraffes and Elephants are some of my favourite animals. I spent the last two weeks protesting outside a circus which has started to use Elephants.

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    Hi All,

    I just finished this one, and I tried, really I did, to make this one a bit lighter, smaller, and not so hazardous to fingers and other dangly bits.
    I failed, miserably.
    The cheetah measures 24" high and 50" nose to tail and weighs about 40 lbs. She took about 60 hours, spaced over 10 weeks time to build. She's constructed out electrical conduit, transmission parts, and 20 gauge steel.
    The cheetahs are part of the underworld ecosystem in the "Timmy" universe. They are couriers of small objects (a sort of steampunk FedEx) and also run in the treadmills.
    Along with the usual photos, I've included an eight shot run cycle. It actually looks pretty good, IMHO.

    Regards
    Andrew

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    That is so freakin' awesome, Andrew!

    I want a movie of this NOW!!!

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    UnFreak'nReal!!! Truly Inspired work!
    Thomas M.Thomson

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    THESE ARE SOOOO COOOOLLLL!!!!!!

    i want one...

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    Dear God... These are unbelievable... Literally, the craftsmanship in each and everyone of these art works are truly unfathomable. Fantastic work, keep it up! The cheetah is very awesome along with that conference table.

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    The inventiveness is stunning! The cheetah is not only well constructed, it actually 'works' like one, the poses are all very convincing. The marble eyes are a great touch. How do you go about designing/building these? Do you draw them out first or just gather some parts and get going?

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    Bravo

    Your work is awesome !
    The animals are really expressive, the details are great (metal scraps, light in the eyes...), and the way you use their pics in CG composition is stunning.
    Keep going, and please make sure to warn us when the book is out, I already need one.

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    Easy to do
    Andrew's Art Dump -update 10-24-2014
    Sketchbook is one click away:
    Never forget the Magicman

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    Woa epic stuff in here. I love it

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    Wohoooo, your a master, a genuis, a mastagenuis.

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    You're crazy!

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