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    Loving the latest stuff. You're improving all the time my friend.

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    Cool beans, those dog robot things are crazy!
    And you're a teacher?

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    crazy images. really gets my mind racing with ideas and questions. its great!

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    #821, those runners, the first image through the desert, simply amazing

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    o_o The paperhorses in the desert... how did you do that? Amazing stuff

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    I got the biggest kick out of your military style rendering of those damn horses.

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    Thanks for the comment Velocity!
    but dude. you made a mistake. one you probably don't care about, but I gotta tell you about it.
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    this is an armadillo. it's kinda lame right? ya. it is.
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    This is a pangolin! It's kinda frikken awesome right! YA it is!

    now you know, and knowing is half the battle.

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    Haha no way, you wont believe this but we looked at that exact animal like 3 weeks ago while doing mechanical pet research, and I ALSO got scolDed for calling it an armidillio then too. Stupid brain!!

    thanks to all of you guys for having a look and commenting, yous guys are awesome!

    Albino- back at you dude, youre a constant inspiration
    reika Im afraid i was out of ideas and ive always like origami, like the ones in bladerunner, and thought it might be a cool quick way to machine-ise horses.
    Bruce: haha not by training, but ive been lucky enough to be working with the TAD industrial design gang these last few months. its been awesome!!

    I have to get a videocamera, i can get over how cool taking 24 photos a second, just following someone with a camera you capture so much expression and it gives you tonnes to choose from! i love the cheap grainy quality of phone pictures, the blown out whites and crap colours. its my generations polaroids.
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    That, is a light saber in the bedroom, and I just had to point out this obvious fact!

    Is that Cambridge? I thought it's supposed to be like a medieval sorta small town.

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    Okay, I've been working my way through this sketchbook planning on commenting on how much you've improved over 29 pages. But I ran out of patience at around page 16 so I jumped forward to the end. Hope I havent missed out on any important developments in there...

    Anyway, even though I missed a bit out, I felt I should post a comment in here because you seem like an interesting dude and I like your artistic style. Cant make much sense out of the 3d work because it looks too clinical and goes over my head. But your figure studies are lovely, especially the ones stolen on buses and in cafes, and I really like your cars, especially the Defender and the green Porsche. Nice. And those running robot horse things are cool as fuck.

    P.S. I didn't know you're only thirty. For some reason, I thought you'd be older.

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    Every time I come by I click on the five star rating, just to make sure. Each time it just tells me, "Your vote on this thread has been added." so I wonder if it is really convinced. Also, your somewhat sadistic habits keep me checking previous pages to see if you've edited in more cool stuff. But no worries, it is a good hunt. Haha.

    I too enjoy the bedside lightsaber.

    Stay awesome.

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    haha those fucking horses are awesome. The desert scene reminded me of the crazy chase scene from 'the good, the bad, and the weird' where the heros are trying to outrace the army and are getting rained on by the howitzers all throughout

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    thank you so much my friends
    sketch of a stirer
    the drill string is a space elevator kilometres wide and tens of thousands of km long; terratonnes of material are lifted up the string for transmutation in low orbit.

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    man man man... i just love you everytime im amazed by the diversity of your work and approach.

    keep rocking amigo !

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    Thanks for stopping by in my sketchbook! amazing work here, really like your 3d work

    Please, excuse me for the possible errors in my English.

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    Hi there my mate

    I hope you're well and only partially sober, I hate the world when I'm sober its such a miserable place filled to the brim with self important miserable people LOL.

    I read in a post in here somewhere that you used to have a book with that famous Roger Dean image "the flight of Icarus" on the cover! and I have what I hope will be a pleasant surprise for you, follow the link and you can buy one for a mere tenner.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Flights-...7272259&sr=1-2

    I have had a copy for a few years now and like you used to read it in the school library or whatever and be just blown away by the images inside. There was the Roger Dean one and another one called "mechanismo" (I think) that used to send me tripping! The Dean one I can find but the other still eludes me and I may have to resort to ebay to find it.
    Anyhow I think that's the one you were on about mate, go on 10:00 for a bit of nostalgia is well worth it, there are some amazing images in there too.

    all the very best bud, and don't get too sober its not worth it mate! LOL

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    Ha ha hello Lightship! Sorry about the text update, Ive been horrendously sober all week finishing a video game, its really quite unacceptable!
    Thanks a lot for the tip, here on my shelf (piles and piles of disordered crap) I have Magentic Storm 1 and 2 and Views, but Ive not seen that one before. When I get paid Ill pick up a copy.
    I wish Syd Meads books were similarly easy to get, I think it was Dpaint or JeffX99 who said they copies of Kronoteko and Kronovecta and Im seriously considering burglarising their homes!

    I wonder are you thinking of Mechanika by Doug Chiang? Its not so old but its pretty awesome.
    Doug is the only good thing about the hateful new Star Wars movies (apart from Harry Plinkett) and his work is ridic!

    Steelie, youre totally welcome dude! You should save up and apply for a TAD scholarship, its loads of fun.

    Yor, we have to collab on something. Actually from what I hear we might be anyway via our rodent pals..?

    Sean: holy crap dude, i love the way he makes images. Thats given me some motivation to finish off this dull work and do something fun. Thanks bro!

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    Is that your wife? She is stunning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velocity Kendall View Post
    thank you so much my friends
    sketch of a stirer
    the drill string is a space elevator kilometres wide and tens of thousands of km long; terratonnes of material are lifted up the string for transmutation in low orbit.
    Beautiful. But I'd be scared outta my mind to live on that habitat. I'd have constant nightmares about the thing falling into the planet's (Jupiter?) atmosphere, sinking down and eventually being crushed. :-)

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    ha yeah it would have to be all hooked in to the magnetic field or something, the sheer force on the base from that much stuff flowing past would be a major storm system. and it would be part of successively vaster ones right up to the great red spot itself. the engineering involved might never be possible using any kind of normal materials, or ever. who knows!

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    more chaga

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    Man this is more than a sketchbook it's a.....a lifebook (no fujitsu pun intended)
    Imma keep looking back here for da freshness!
    Keep it up man, sweet stuff

    Cheers

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    Groovy concept and textures on those last ones, but there's so much going on in the pics (well, mainly the very last one) that my eyes want file for a divorce. Okay, that's a bit much, but it's still super busy. Buzz buzz crit crit but remember i still love you and that wild lightspeed energy in your pics. Gogogogo!

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    awesome man, i love that last 3 pieces!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Velocity Kendall View Post
    more chaga
    This is for a Dubai project?

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    Damn, I wish I could leap into your brain and see through your eyes for a minute or two. Such strange and wonderful things man, strange and wonderful.

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    Haha thanks CK and you guys
    Walnut you dare crit my incomprehensiblescribbling!!!!!!
    Youre bloody right. Ok todays boring-skype-meeting-doodle is less busy see what you reckon.
    Guys check out Walnuts sketchbook btw, i love his drawings of humans a lot.

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    Looks legit. The seagull seems to be enjoying it

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    Ahhhhhhh, that is such a happy image DD

    And I love your incomprehensible scribbles, they're confusing, in a highhigh sorta way @______@

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    a quick fun way to draw a sports car in 15 minutes.
    this is the sort of thing we do in class sometimes. its a bit nervewracking drawing in front of people without any real plan, but usually it works out fine... i missed out stage 6, ie repeat this process 5 times till youve got some nice ideas, then choose the best ons, blow them up and carefully detail them, replacing this sloppy sketchery with nice neat surfaces...
    its really impressive how quickly people pick this stuff up too, the following week everyone turned in really sick looking vehicle designs.
    hopefully when terms over I can gather all their awesome work up and show you guys.

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    plus some holiday pics. it was great, my mum was 60 and we all flew out in secret and turned up surprise style. loads of fun times.








































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