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Thread: Mechanical Bird

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    Mechanical Bird

    Another exercise in using Groboto 3.3 & ArtRage 4.0...
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    How fun! Great job!

    I think he has an oil leak.
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    Wow, he's fabulous!! I love the glowing light on his chest.

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    This is so funny Ken, you have sure made me smile, I guess I would not have to put bird seed out for this one.
    At last a bird that might intimidate my cats.
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    Super fun, love it

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    He looks great, I can hear those joints creaking from here

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    Thats so good and such fun Kenmo, well done
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    Great! My fave bit is the rotor on his tail. What fun!
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    He's terrific. He reminds me a bit of toys I had as a little boy that were crafted out of painted tin - toys I haven't seen in nearly 60 years. Maybe they weren't quite as fanciful, but in the ballpark. I love the painting.
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    it does look like a very well designed toy. a little bit of steam punk maybe going on as well. could see it leaning that way.

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