Wednesday, January 07, 2009

SRM X

As in "x-ray".

Overview and diagnostic of the mighty SRM.

Detail:

9 comments:

Chad Carter said...

Holy friole, Paul. What a neat diagram. This should be a poster, after SRM gets out there and gets published (begging soon!)

Brian Churilla said...

Yeah! Jumbo poster, duder! Seriously awesome job.

sarah said...

So super and robotic! Very cool...

Breadwig said...

Way, way, way cool. Maybe even cooler than that.

david rubĂ­n said...

Great!! Amazing, Paul!

Paul Conrad said...

Thanks guys and gal,

Brian and Chad, I may offer a small print run of it.

As to what it's for.... well it has dual purpose, it may end up as a pin up for the SRM gn that I'm working on (I'm going to try and pitch it come spring/summer Chad), but I'm also including it with a bunch of other tech based stuff for another project....

Thanks again for your interest and comments, I really appreciate it!

Paul

j. said...

Fantastic!!
I love the warmth of his heart-engine!
j.

SuperRobot said...

thats a very cool robot monster!
wanna battle my creations?
hope you dont mind i present SRM X on my blog? (with a link for sure, also like your other stuff very much!)

Tim said...

So I've been catching up on your blog (I've got behind over the last few months). I love the SRM diagram. Classic! And yet a nice contemporary take on it. I actually used to take pictures of the diagram shots during the end credits Force Five and Tranzor Z with our old 110 film camera. My mom would find the pictures in the developed roll and ask me what the heck I was doing.