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Thought I would try something different.
This image is made up of about 65 layers with all the metal work, cogs, screws etc placed individually.
© Sarah Moore 2009
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Some people never do things the easy way :)
Well, it was worth the painstaking (I assume with 65 layers!) effort to piece this together Sarah – very nicely done
LOL – how do you suggest that I make a snail into a mechanical version of itself without 65 layers?!
Ta Stuart – I am pretty chuffed with this one :)
– Sarah Moore
fantastic work Sarah, well done
why thank you!
Poor snail is no doubt having an identity crisis – bionic Biggles!!! Is he about to take it out on the poor ant?! Brilliant.
LOL – he doesn’t really look like the adventurous sort does he?!
This is fantastic and well worth the work wow this is cool Sarah
such a cool character you’ve created here… & 65 layers to create WoW… that’s extreme!! you’re an engineer ; )
LOL – there are lots of cogs :)
Very cool, great imagination! I really like the ant :)
Thanks, Ive got a smile back on my face tonight after a bad day. Well done on the hard work.
Looks fantastic. Which it should with 65 layers I guess.
Wonderful! I love snails