Hi guys, Take a look at this!
A while back, a fellow Deviant by the name of http://cinematic-films.deviantart.com/ contacted me and said they had a little surprise for me.
Turned out it was a video on Vimeo of my Radial fighter, that I have out on 3D warehouse. Since then I have supplied some more models, and there will quite possibly be more to come. Check out these films and much, much more on https://vimeo.com/network1
This is just awesome!
Here's another one!
MARTIAN AERORACER CHALLENGE!
August 23rd I posted this here deviation: Martian Aeroracer1
Apparently that didn't go completely unnoticed...
In fact it was picked up by http://marrekie.deviantart.com/ who responded with a sweet+ elegant racer of his own
This got me thinking, Maybe there are others who'd like to join in and build or present their own variant?
Maybe we can make a complete grid?
PARTS FILE WITH LOGOS AND A FEW ENGINES IN VARIOUS STATES AVAILABLE ON 3D WAREHOUSE IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED. HERE'S A LINK: https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/user.html?id=1667504180003332137161227
I have been working on a webshop for close to a year now and it's getting close to launch. It's taking ages to get right, and part of the reason is that I have constantly been refining the idea behind the webshop. Based on the feedback I have been getting here and on Facebook I have come to the conclusion that just selling models is giong to be very difficult.
Part of the problem is that I am not aiming for the professional market, I want to sell to the vast number of personal users and hobbyists, like yourself. Why is this a problem? Well, pretty much everyone want's to design and build their own stuff rather than play with allready finished
It seems to me that cruelty, aggression and the need to destroy is as big a part of the human psyche as love compassion and any other "self" related thought process that separates man from the rest of nature.
It's a trait of intelligence becuse you have to be self aware in order to be cruel.
We all learn from an early age that these feelings must be contained and subdued at all costs.
Six of the ten commandments deal with control over aggressive and cruel behavior.
Why? Because it's as strong and natural to all of us as love and compassion.
People hurt and get hurt all the time because of cruel and agressive behavior.
Why are we built
So... I finally got my act together and created a facebook account, please visit if you want, so that I can proudly add you as a friend.
Btw, Merry Christmas, and a happy new year to all of you out there who survived the dreaded end of the world in December.
I wasn't sure I'd be here to celebrate my 39th birthday on the 28th but, (not unlike the Nasa'a finding on Mars) nothing happened.
The world's still here and I'm a year older.
2013 is going to be quite a year. Somtime between now and March at the latest, I will (finally) have my webshop online, and with it all of
CHECK THIS OUT!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ud8QMUKx9Hw
A few months ago I was approached by a fellow deviant http://kiml42.deviantart.com/ who wanted to animate one of my models, a massive all terrain battletank.
Here's the fruit of his labour, and I am absolutely speechless. He took the vision I had in my head when I designed it and made it real.
This is the coolest thing ever, and I am so grateful.
Thank you very very much Richard O'Donovan aka kiml42 You did a tremendous job!
Soo... What ever has NASA found on Mars?
I hope it's positive proof of extra terrestrial life.
What are the implications if that prooves to be the case?
We'll have to revise our whole outlook on our own existence.
The need to get there might become a top priority, both for research, resources and for the real estate.
Maybe we'll all see our dreams come true in this lifetime? Permanent extra terrestrial settlement, regular interplanetary flights..Damn..
What is religion, really?
I mean what does religion represent to man?
What is it's message?
Did we discover it, was it shown us, or have we created it ourself as a tool for comfort and to understand that which has not been possible to explain?
Why did we discover religion?
How important has it been as a tool in our development towards our current society?
Can science ever "defeat" religion?
What if we were to collect together all religions ever known to mankind, living and dead alike, and found the essence of each one. It's one clear message.
Would it be possible to put them all together and get a coherent message out of i
What if we are able to extend life indefinetly in the future?
Will this gift that mankind bestowes upon itself be a blessing or a curse?
This can become a reality, and I think most likely it will, because the body is just so much physical matter, and we are learning very quickly how to repair and rebuild it.
But is it a good idea?
Where will we all live, and how? The western world/american dream of a big house, two cars and a couple of kids just won't work. There's not enough room or resources on the planet.
What are the implications of a human race with indefinite lifespan?
Is it something that should only be granted very special indi
At some point in the evolution of this planet life started in the form of single cells. It doesn't much matter where it came from, primordial soup and lightning strike, or an asteriod with living cells fell down, who knows. The important thing is that it did.
Why? What is life, I mean is it the will of an immaterial force(soul) or is it a purely physical phenomenon, sort or a byproduct of a vast electrochemical process?
What are the implications of either of these alternatives?
If we have an immaterial soul, that inhabit us from the womb until we die, where does it come from? An immaterial entity can't be part of this universe, can it?
Hi, I ve gotten a some very good and insightful answers here.
Most seem to support the view that it has indeed taken 200000yrs to get us where we are today. And that certain parts of our development have taken much much longer to achieve. Human behavior and interaction, prerequisites for a larger culture.
Civilization like we know it, did't truely start to develop until 15-20000yrs ago. or so the scolars tells us. (Thoug there are evidence that support advanced religious rituals as far back as 70000yrs in Botswana.)
If certain skills have taken 180000yrs to develop, it might appear that our development have had a slo
Why has it taken us 200000 years +/- to reach the level of civilization and technological achievment that we have now?
If the earliest humans were equal to us in intelligence, why did it take such an enormus amount of time to build a scociety such as the one we now live in?
I find these questions quite interesting, especially since development during the last 300 yrs have been so rapid.
Can it be that everything we have now acually has taken that long to achieve? Or have we had help?
I know a lot of people believe in past super cultures, like Atlantis, visitors from space and so on.
I personally have't made up my mind, though I lean tow