The props are fantastic!
Copernicus would have been really something if he hadn’t spent so much time daydreaming.
It does look surprisingly like Silvernicus. Except the brown eyes.
rubik’s ancestor, still convinced that “hexahedral polygon with a quarter twist” is bound to catch on with the kids.
“What am I supposed to be doing? What’s all this stuff?”
RE yesterday….right click on the white background, left click on “save page as”, then file it in “my documents” (or where ever).
Open up that cube and he’ll release Pinhead and the Cenobites.
ya you bet!
For a little woman, Linda Hunt cast a big shadow.
The last time I used your dice I was eaten by orcs.
Looks like a clockwork cube.
Errr, I mean a clockwork hexahedral polygon.
Click-to-enlarge image can be found here. A smaller enlarged image can be found at Mr. Melcher’s blog entry.Nicholas Kratzer (link shows his Wikipedia page, Google translated German Wikipedia page has a bit more) is shown, with a different coloration image, and described, by its current-location page.It is a copy of the original work here (different coloration image), described here, along with a different coloration, click-to-enlarge image, and detail image, described here. The artist‘s Wikipedia page and collection (much more under Subcategories at each level).Third, of the 7 works, by this artist, that have, so far, appeared in Mr. Melcher’s blog, to also appear here.
If you’re going shopping; bring me back something brown.
It hold one of those large sized cupcakes.
Nick begins to have doubts about the practicality of a combination alarm clock, stop watch, and egg timer.
“The damn cat wants out AGAIN?”
Make your saving throw or be cast out of the Renaissance fair…
If that’s Copernicus, this must be Fargo.
Here is another work by this artist.
Hey, it does look like her!