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Christmas Bellows Video

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Thank you to #1Niece Meredith who sent through this video she took of the Christmas display at Harrods London.
I was commissioned by John Nolan Studios to produce the bellows, a small part of what looks like a fantastic display - We'll have to go down to London before Christmas and take a proper look! There are a few more details about the project here

Thank you to #1Niece Meredith who sent through this video she took of the Christmas display at Harrods London.
I was commissioned by John Nolan Studios to produce the bellows, a small part of what looks like a fantastic display - We'll have to go down to London before Christmas and take a proper look! There are a few more details about the project here

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Two New YouTube Mash-Up Videos

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Thank you to Manic Mechanic for sharing this video of his amazing Dragon Model. The dragon is based around the Crank Cam Essential Mechanism. Looks great doesn't it!

And while we are in the mood for videos, check out Michael42er's latest amazing creation.

Michael's model use an combination of the co-axial drive and the sledging pengiun to great effect, thanks for sharing Michael!

Thank you to Manic Mechanic for sharing this video of his amazing Dragon Model. The dragon is based around the Crank Cam Essential Mechanism. Looks great doesn't it!

And while we are in the mood for videos, check out Michael42er's latest amazing creation.

Michael's model use an combination of the co-axial drive and the sledging pengiun to great effect, thanks for sharing Michael!

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Penguin Mash-Up from Mr Cool

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Here's another mashup by Mr Cool for your delight! This time he has linked together the Four Bar linkage model and the new Sledging Penguin

It looks great! Thanks for sharing!

Here's another mashup by Mr Cool for your delight! This time he has linked together the Four Bar linkage model and the new Sledging Penguin

It looks great! Thanks for sharing!

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Contra-Rotating Seal from Michael42er

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The ever creative Michael42er has shared his latest creation in the comments section of the Co-axial Drive. He has made this super model featuring a seal with balancing ball. I really like the circus themed colour scheme as well, thanks for sharing Michael!


The ever creative Michael42er has shared his latest creation in the comments section of the Co-axial Drive. He has made this super model featuring a seal with balancing ball. I really like the circus themed colour scheme as well, thanks for sharing Michael!


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Co-axial Rabbit!

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Check out this fantastic Mash-Up from Mr Cool!

He's taken the latest two project from the site, the Runaway Rabbit and the Co-axial Drive

 

and merged them together into this charming allegory for our times. Thanks for sharing Mr Cool, I love it!

Now I think I might shamelessly steal the idea to make a pair of sledging penguins in a similar situation.

Check out this fantastic Mash-Up from Mr Cool!

He's taken the latest two project from the site, the Runaway Rabbit and the Co-axial Drive

 

and merged them together into this charming allegory for our times. Thanks for sharing Mr Cool, I love it!

Now I think I might shamelessly steal the idea to make a pair of sledging penguins in a similar situation.

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Mr Cool Brings the Ninja to Life

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Check out this delightful mashup by Mr Cool where he has brought the Ninja model to life using the MkIII Crank Slider Essential Mechanism. Nice one Cool022883, thanks for sharing!

Check out this delightful mashup by Mr Cool where he has brought the Ninja model to life using the MkIII Crank Slider Essential Mechanism. Nice one Cool022883, thanks for sharing!

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Papertoy Pirate Video fun!

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Just in case you hadn't noticed, there are two fantastic videos of featuring mods of the Papertoy Pirate in the comments section of said model. Check them out!

First of the mark was the ever resourceful Mr Cool with this delightful model mashed up with a couple of other models from the site.


Second is this fabulous stop motion animation from Michael42er. Thank you both for sharing your creations!

Just in case you hadn't noticed, there are two fantastic videos of featuring mods of the Papertoy Pirate in the comments section of said model. Check them out!

First of the mark was the ever resourceful Mr Cool with this delightful model mashed up with a couple of other models from the site.


Second is this fabulous stop motion animation from Michael42er. Thank you both for sharing your creations!

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Two New Video Mashups

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New Year new YouTube clips! Mr Cool has been busy as always and has produced this delightful little mash up using the rack and pinion mechanism from earlier this month. Thanks for sharing!

Meanwhile on the other side of the Atlantic Michael42er has made the pro version of the Hopping Reindeer model. Lovely as always Michael! Thank you!

I'm in the last week of a book project - more details of which shortly, once the book is completed I have loads of ideas for new projects for robives.com. Should be a good year!

New Year new YouTube clips! Mr Cool has been busy as always and has produced this delightful little mash up using the rack and pinion mechanism from earlier this month. Thanks for sharing!

Meanwhile on the other side of the Atlantic Michael42er has made the pro version of the Hopping Reindeer model. Lovely as always Michael! Thank you!

I'm in the last week of a book project - more details of which shortly, once the book is completed I have loads of ideas for new projects for robives.com. Should be a good year!

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A Cupid from Michael42er

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More creations from the ever inventive Michael42er. Check out his incredible version of my laser cut cupid project.

Says Michael:
"Since the publishing of the "Cupid laser cut" models, I thought of the construction of this model. Unfortunately, I have found no one who performs this section works reasonably priced. The idea to build a paper / cardboard model is now realized. The pattern were used on the same scale. I used extra-thick cardboard for the side panels and the base plates. The gears and the pinion coming from the project: "Essential Mechanisms: Gear Box 2: 1". It works just fine, is effortless and very attractive. It has been a pleasure."

What a fantastic piece Michael. Thank you so much for sharing!

 

There is a YouTube video so you can see the model in all its animated glory.

More creations from the ever inventive Michael42er. Check out his incredible version of my laser cut cupid project.

Says Michael:
"Since the publishing of the "Cupid laser cut" models, I thought of the construction of this model. Unfortunately, I have found no one who performs this section works reasonably priced. The idea to build a paper / cardboard model is now realized. The pattern were used on the same scale. I used extra-thick cardboard for the side panels and the base plates. The gears and the pinion coming from the project: "Essential Mechanisms: Gear Box 2: 1". It works just fine, is effortless and very attractive. It has been a pleasure."

What a fantastic piece Michael. Thank you so much for sharing!

 

There is a YouTube video so you can see the model in all its animated glory.

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Frankie by Michael42er

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Michael42er is back! I was delighted to spot this video on friend-of-the-website Michael H's YouTube channel. Thanks for sharing the video of Frankie, it is great!

Michael42er is back! I was delighted to spot this video on friend-of-the-website Michael H's YouTube channel. Thanks for sharing the video of Frankie, it is great!

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