281: The Jester

Posted by wonko on October 8, 2011 in humanoid |

Throughout history, people have acted “the fool” for many and varied reasons. In medieval court, Jesters acted the fool in a bid for self-preservation and increased favour: All too often the jester is actually pretty bright, but uses that intelligence to work out ways of appearing foolish, doing comically silly things and overtly hiding in plain sight. […]

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191: Scorpion

Posted by wonko on July 10, 2011 in creepy crawly |

I have seen many models of various complicated insects, and intend to try many – my first foray is not an insect at all, but a scorpion: This is a well designed model with 8 legs, a pair of lovely claws and a crab-like carapace underneath The tail, IWHO, is a major oversight – it ends […]

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31: Flutterby

Posted by wonko on January 31, 2011 in creepy crawly |

So I have begun Flash Animation with my year 9 ICTE students, and one of the orientation exercises is building a Butterfly, animating it and then making a scene with them in it – all interesting stuff and the inspiration for today’s model: Akira Yoshizawa is a luminary in the Origami world, being a prolific […]


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