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    Icon IDW #102: Vacuum Cleaner - Voting

    IDW #102 Topic: Vacuum Cleaner

    Deadline: Sunday, July 5

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    SAM-22

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    'Kuuki' - Japanese for Air.

    A light weight battery powered upright hoover. Features Articulated head and powered combs with side suction. Combined with vertical flexibility via the main hinge it allows the user to achieve a clean that would, almost, satisfy even the most OCD afflicted individuals.

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    Posting this in here for Pixie Trick

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    I call it "RuggedVac".

    It's an outdoor vacuum cleaner for people who own large yards (the kinds of people who would be able and willing to spend the money for it in the first place). It uses powerful suction to pick up all loose organic debris in lawns. It could have different modes, like "fall leaf" mode, or "stray mulch" mode.

    All the debris it picks up passes through an elementary grinder that's there just to get the bits to fit in the bag better, as well as to keep anything from getting stuck.

    Hope the labeling on the work explains the rest.

    Drawn in loose free-hand perspective, rendered with micron pen, finished in PS.

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    Few notes as usual::

    Once again, apologies for the delayed finals thread I am planning on investing a little more time on IDW for the near future, and really want to work on the regularity of things so there's no confusion or mess-ups like this again. Fingers crossed

    Other than that, not much to add to this round. Check out the new round though, it's the Newborn round!

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    Just tell us if you need help with anything

    Arekkusu
    Probably the most realistic entry.

    Pixie Trick
    Plenty of views and the brushes you made works well. Ofcause you didnt post this your self this time, but try to get some explanation in on it next time

    Zirngibism
    The best looking entry in my oppinion. well documented aswell but wouldent a vacuumer like that tear up the entire lawn?

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    i like Arekkusu design very industrial styled, very well potraid as a product design with good explaination features. but i think he should make a final rendering/3d rendering for it just to see how good is it in colors

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    Hey everyone, sorry for the belated post.

    Rabies: Nice Entry. I would of loved to have seen a drawing or shot of a 'SAM-22' in action. Your idea for trapping dust and dirt in water is great, something I didn't take into account with my entry. Wonder if you could use some sort of light weight gel medium to reduce the risk of the DV's leaking. Water has the added advantage of being more viscous than air but not so much so that you can't pump things through or into it i guess.

    Pixie Trick: Awesome design man, styling is cool. Like the way its easy to see what is being picked up as well as the attachment method for the head.

    Zirngibism: The one I voted for. A monster of a hoover! I really liked the way it was drawn and rendered, the design visually describes its working environment well I think. The anchoring spikes sound useful (and look hella mean). The only thing I think that might be a problem, is the fact that with such a low ground clearance wouldn't the tracks have to be further forward of the machine itself? Other than that man, nice work!

    d4z: Thanks man! Appreciate the comment. Unfortunately I lack any experiance with using any 3d software Something i should work on for sure. Colour is another gaping hole in my limited skill set too...lol

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    First off, thank you so much for putting up my entry Yoitisi! Especially on such short notice.

    Second: ^ spam....

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