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    IDW #102: Vacuum Cleaner

    Topic: Vacuum Cleaner

    Background: A very straightforward topic for this week, with no strings attached. Just design and draw a vacuum cleaner, a rather standard piece of household equipment with certain automotive aspects to it that should make it fun

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    1. Design and draw vacuum cleaner!
    2. That's it... now draw!

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    Does it have to be an indoor vaccume cleaner?

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    Rabies: Well if you stick to a household vacuum cleaner outdoors could be okay too (though I don't see the real use of such a thing..) but I'm not talking about industrialised vacuum cleaners to suck whole square miles clean.


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    Hey everyone, sounds like a nice topic to get back into the swing of things on

    Looking forward to see everyone's entries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoitisi View Post
    Rabies: but I'm not talking about industrialised vacuum cleaners to suck whole square miles clean.
    Thats just what i wanted to know - thanks


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    Some ideas. Nothing particularly original. It's exam time here so I'm not sure if I'll finish anything, but we'll see.

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    I am new to this weekly challenge, but it seems really interesting. Here's my initial sketch

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    nice choice.
    on the left, a rough sketch just to get an idea down. on the right, a more elaborated concept but my pen died in the middle so its all shaky.
    hopefully i can finish because i also have exams

    (this is some sort of futuristic vacuum)

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    Tyrus - hehe, I like the vacuum shoes. I do that sometimes to dry the floor. What if the bag/collection part wasn't on the back? Then you wouldn't have to run hoses from one part to another. You could just have a pair of big-ass, self-propelling robo-vacuum boots. Kind of like a zamboni with a big toe. A lot of people who can afford expensive new vacuums may be older and have bad backs or just not want to carry them on their back.


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    IDW #102: Vacuum Cleaner

    1st go at the vacuum, pretty generic....need to explore more interesting shapes. I referenced home vacuums and car engines.


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    Looks heavy duty, like it could pick up some serious garbage. Maybe it could be marketed to college students.


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    Im going for one of those vacuum robots. Might not be so efficient, but i guess it doesnt have to be

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