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  1. #121
    oh, i think i missed the ship and other stuffs... the flying steam punk ship absolutely kick ass!! i luv it!!

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    Whaou ! Out of interest, you sell them ?

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    keithktam - No, they're not powered. Yet...

    olivier_P - Yes, they're for sale. I do a limited run of most pieces.

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  5. #124
    Amazing work! A pleasure to look through!

    I'm curious, what tools do you use to create these pieces?

    What's next on your list?

    Very inspiring, thank you and keep it up!

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    You have done something in a way I have never seen before. Congratulations!

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    merl1n - Thank you, and thanks for commenting

    UnderSlept - Thanks, I use angle and die grinders for cutting and shaping the the various parts and a mig welder to stick them all together. Right now I'm working on a six foot long T. rex, if all goes well, I'll be finishing up in a couple weeks.

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    New one!

    In the Timmyverse, the T. rex is a scrap metal shredder and compactor. Although ferocious looking, it's quite well mannered and would never intentionally eat a functioning robot.

    In our universe, the T. rex is six feet long and about 24 inches at the hip, weighs somewhere around 40 lbs. and took about 300 hours to build.

    Let me know what you think. Be honest, I can take it.

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    Oh my god! I can't fathom the thought that went into that! Looking at the articulation you achieved is humbling. It's as if you are your own kind of nature and make things function as they would in real life allthough with a different approach.

    This is your best one yet.

    You need to do a giant silverback ape. That's the one with the giant arms. I feel as though you would be able to translate it's distinctive shale really well into your metal creation.

    I applaud.

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    Oh and remember we spoke about tim Burton and creating a movie based on your timmyverse? And you made sone exuses for not being famous and not knowing how to reach tim Burton?

    With phone numbers:
    http://famous-relationships.topsyner...on/Contact.asp

    HIS AGENT:
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    One William Morris Place
    Beverly Hills, CA 90212

    Phone: (310) 859-4000
    Fax: (310) 859-4205
    HIS PRODUCTION COMPANY:
    Tim Burton Productions
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    West Hollywood, CA 90046

    Fan Mail Address:
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    Haven't your parents told you that you will be rich with a little hard work haha?

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    Hey Pavel Sokov,

    Thanks for your kind words and THANKS for the contact info. I guess don't have any excuses left

    Regards
    Andrew

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    wow! amazing stuff!!

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    Hi all,

    It's been a while since I last posted, here's what I've been working on lately. The gorilla is almost 4 feet tall, weighs roughly 100 lbs and is made from old transmission parts, tubing, sheet steel, 1/4" rod and a very long plumber's snake. As always, all hints, tips, and criticism is gratefully received and appreciated.

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    Well this is about as good as it gets, the fact that they articulate is amazing. The polar bear is my favorite

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    Thanks Fireblade, the bear is one of my favorites too.

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    Unbelieveable.. Man, I love em all, but the Gorilla has to be crowned your masterpiece!
    Are you selling some of your sculptures?

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    I'm so glad that we did this interview with Andrew long time ago. New works look amazing. This gorilla... speechless.

    All the best from Boonika!

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  18. #137
    Wooow, 1st time I see your work, this is so amazing, really good work, congrats, I wish I have one at home ;p

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  19. #138
    Beautiful and seriously impressive! Love that you put so much time and heart into these pieces.

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    Badass metal work!

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    Wow man.. Does it lock in position?

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    Monstrous! I love that you built him balanced enough to stand without fear of falling over. Absolutely perfect!

    Are they in a gallery somewhere or you keep them at home?

    EDIT: I read the thread and looks like 2 years ago I suggested you make an ape. And you did exactly that! Wow.
    There were also talks about your desire to have a movie made based on your Timmyverse by Tim Burton and I provided some contact information I found. did you end up trying it out?

    Hope all is well!

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    Chucco, Black Spot, Chris Sanders, Aqualeot - Thank you very much
    Lewston - I sell made to order versions, I keep the originals as templates and make copies to fill orders. Lag time is usually twelve weeks.
    Zets - Good to hear from you, I checked out your personal site, cool work! Disturbing but cool.
    Quike Garcia - Yes, all the joints lock in place, the pieces would be dangerous if they didn't
    Pavel Sokov - Yes, I took your advice regarding the gorilla, good call! It's by far the most complex thing I've done, and at the moment, my favorite. I ended up getting an agent soon after you suggested contacting Tim Burton and I've left that part of the business to her. That said, no lit deals have been forthcoming so I may have to look into it myself.

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    At first when I saw that gorilla I thought: Well thats an interesting sculpture... then I scrolled down, then I became speechless.
    So amazing!

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    I don't comment often and I have to say.......it's unbelievable amazing and fantastic!!!!!!!!

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    ...out of words. Amazing stuff, never seen anything like it before. T-rex is absolutely the favorite one, so so awesome. Please, do more dinos!:-)

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    I am truly more amazed every time you post one! WOW! What a stunning work of engineering.

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    Thanks to everyone who has commented, I really appreciate it. Here are a couple small stop frame animations I did for fun.

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    Greetings,

    This lion is a little smaller than the others, 18 inches at the shoulder and weighs somewhere around 50 lbs. Made from the usual transmission parts, tubing, and 20 gauge sheet steel.

    Regards
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    Not the sort of work you see very often and excellently done too! Full power to you mate!

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