the art of Chris Butler on sciencecenter.net
Chris Butler fine art reproductions and prints
fine art america gallery
specific painting Into The Night which I can't post to show up directly because of eclipse shenanigans
Y Nakajima's youtube channel
Badlands Models blogspot (translated)
To quote Th3 0riginal St3am, "Can we just talk about the fact that this guy could build flying cars and war machines but instead he builds Thomas abominations?"
Robotics engineer and aspiring supervillain (when your screen is taken over by a masked mad scientist announcing your country's conquest by the Empire Of Sodor, remember I predicted it first) Y Nakajima turns miscellaneous plastic toys into the mechanized stuff of nightmares. If you've ever wanted (no, I'm not sure why you would, maybe you want to kill James Bond) functional, spider-legged, wall-climbing, flying, death ray-toting, submersible, roombas with the uncanny valley faces of cartoon characters, they're the person to ask.
I'd have to say my favorite is the standbeast skull.
youtube playlist and The Ballad of Apollo XIII which wasn't included in said otherwise-complete playlist
More classic filk music from 1983.
#1. Surprise! by Leslie Fish
#2. Mercury - Our First Steps by Julia Ecklar
#3. Star Fire by Julia Ecklar
#4. Toast for Unknown Heroes by Julia Ecklar and Leslie Fish
#5. Memorial by Julia Ecklar
#6. The Phoenix by Julia Ecklar
#7. Pioneer's Song by Julia Ecklar and Leslie Fish
#8. The Ballad of Apollo XIII by Julia Ecklar
#9. Legends by Doug Olsen and Leslie Fish
#10. Apollo Lost by Cynthia McQuillin and Catherine Cook
#11. Hope Eyrie by Doug Olsen, Sandy Rittenhouse, Ross Douglas and George Spelvin
#12. Minus Ten and Counting by Leslie Fish and Arlin Robins
#13. Fire in the Sky by Doug Olsen and Julia Ecklar
#14. One Way to Go by Julia Ecklar, Arlin Robins, Joey Shoji and Jim Fox-Davis
#15. Fly, Columbia by Leslie Fish, Diana Gallagher and Arlin Robins
#16. Everyman by Julia
You're welcome. I was watching earlier, before accidentally unwatching everyone trying to figure out the interactions of Eclipse and the deviantart app largely through trial and error. In any case, your artwork is fantastic and it’s always nice to meet another Brian Froud fan.