Hum....might be a stupid question. I guess that you are talking about mold making of robot (is it right?), but don't understand what you are talking. Too much professional words I don't understand. However, I guess that I should be serious interested in it. I am a quite fresh graduate of an art school, major in sculpture. Thus, I had learnt mold making such as resin casting, but just cannot follow you. (I must be a lazy and stupid student :P )
I really want to learn how to make a robot. If you are talking about molding of robot's form, can you teach me or tell me the ways to learn? Any tutorials on the web? Thanks a lot.
Thank you for the sharing. I like these paintings. Robot wind up and play with human being. What a revenge!
I specially like the two "Mel Hunter's wrap covers: F&SF August 1954 and July 1960". The planets just give me a lonely feeling. I don't know, I somehow think that Robots should be living in the kingdom of loneliness........
Hi Everyone, as a newbie in the collection of tin toys, Robots, and Space Toys, it is Exciting to find a dream place here. E~x~c~i~t~i~n~g~
I am a Chinese guy living in Hong Kong, have been a long-time fans of sci-fi, but fresh new in robot collecting. I predict that I might be especially interested in the original robot design of HK and my mother country. Of course, I also feel mad about the Japanese and Western classic. Beside collecting, since I am an sculpture artist on my own, I am looking to design and made my own robot in the future. :P However, it will be a long road to go. Now, I am studying the history and lookig forward to learn from you. :)
In the future, if any help needed in for example, searching information, in Hong Kong, China, Japan, or any other asian space toys, I hope that I can be a servant robot here :lol: