Wow, look at that! I love the way you painted the crank, and the tattoo (?) on his belly.
Just brilliant, love the style.
your work is fantastic!
He's my favorite jumping jack so far! I'm a sucker for a man with tattoos!
I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.Barbarahttp://www.ipodepot.info
Hello, I love love love your artwork! Your painting style is FANtabulous and these theater things are brilliant. I'm especially interested in how you did the mechanics. Make a tutorial! I want to learn! :)blog-http://amuse.laurakress.com
nevermind! saw the book you posted about automated toys :)
Love the automaton! Can't wait to see it finished!BTW...I have tagged you... check my blog for the rules if you want to participate.
This is so cool! It looks like we are on a similar path. I love to make art that moves and am so glad to see your beautiful work.Please visit if you have time!Kerin www.RemnantsOfOlde.com
Thanks everyone for the kind words! The mechanism was super simple in the end it occurs to me now that most mechanisms should be quite simple - it's just a matter of trying thigns out I think, but i'll post about it soon - a wee diagram or something.
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