It seems that everything Adrian Florea builds makes the rounds on the ‘net, and I’m sure his latest will be no different — a lovely spaceship from Cowboy Bebop called Swordfish II:
My ignorance of post-1989 anime is staggering, so I had to look up a couple reference pics, but Adrian’s rendition of this ship is perfect.
I blogged Kevin Guoh’s Totoro yesterday, but Kevin‘s mecha are even more impressive.
The Black Hat has a chunky chest and shoulders:
A new version of his Gatekeeper looks even more menacing in red and black:
Check out lots more pictures in Kevin’s Mecha / Robots / Creatures photoset on Flickr.
I have Indian food at least two to three times a week (at least in part because the cafeterias at work regularly serve a selection of curries), and it’s the one cuisine I could eat exclusively for the rest of my life.
This wonderful English curryhouse by Ralph Savelsberg (Flickr) makes me crave baingan bharta or okra masala from Bengal Tiger:
The lettering is perfect! Ralph’s modular house would make an excellent addition to any city street.
What better way to wrap up today’s green-themed posts with a character inspired by Hayao Miyazaki, whose movies remind us how beautiful and fragile this world is.
Here’s a great little Totoro by Kevin Guoh (Flickr):
The leaf on his head makes this LEGO Totoro adorably perfect.
Well, at least I can make that argument (based on the color of the pumps) so I can blog this great little scene by Jas Nagra on Earth Day. Heh heh.
Rocko‘s latest castle diorama has the majestic dwelling of a wizard and the usual pervert. Oh well, that’s Rocko. We’re your fans no matter what you ravish our eyes with.
Doctor Sinister‘s “Tabletown Army” is a formidable force, matched only by Magnus Lauglo’s armor or Ralph Savelsberg’s overwhelming air superiority.
Dr. S goes studless in his latest project — applying an unstudded sheen to the entire Tabletown Army:
Okay, that’s more adorable than formidable, but it was my favorite of the bunch. If you’re looking to defend a large recycling plant, the Vindicator may be a better option.
Jason Allemann unveils a working brick-built mousetrap that actually caught two mice. A mechanism shuts the gate of the cage when the mouse steps on the pressure plate, which pulls out the axle supporting the gate. Simple and brilliant.
What better way to continue our green-themed posts on Earth Day than with this great green mecha by bmck? I love the detailing on the end of the gun:
Via Young Spacers Association Blog.