We had a lot of great entries for the last Pop Quiz, which I appreciated because I was feeling pretty low today. Hopefully these will give you a pick-me-up, too!
It's hard to pick just one of these stellar illustrations, a lot of them really caught my eye. Keith Kanin, Atomic Punk, Keric, Krivalis, Dionne Jinn, Vampyrist, and Worf all gave me a run for the money, where "money" represents no actual money. Ultimately I am going to go for Keric's cycle:
The main reason is the very clever use of the flames as wheel guards. Plus the overall lines are cool, for a vehicle that looks genuinely fun to ride.
Great job, everyone!
Thanks for the shoutout. Hope neither I nor my dopleganger (Work) gave you any actual work. 😉
Sigh. Sorry about that, Worf, I’ve corrected it. You can see why I need a vacation, stupid stupid stupid errors.
HAHAHAHAHA! No worries buddy. I feel for you. Have a great time on your vacation.
Congrats to Keric and everyone for the awesome art.
Congratulations Keric! Great work.
Thanks for the honourable mention, Jeff. All the works in this quiz were brilliant and really showed what creative use of items in HM means.
What?!? I WON?!? NO WAY!! THIS is SO cool!
I have to say I did not think I would win, because the competition was Just Awesome. Believe it or not the hardest part was choosing the color- I went nuts trying to figure that out! The wheels and guards were the first thing I put on!
Thank You All for the ‘grats.
Well done Keric! Beautiful job.
Congrats, Keric! Very nice silhouette and linear design.
Thanks for the nod, Jeff. I was stuck at first but then it really started to flow.
djuby’s taxi: You must have an infinite amount of patience to do all that zypping!
Krivali’s gazinmer: I love Shogun warriors.
MrMatt’s InfernoImpaler: Too funny!
Dionne Jinn’s: Starlight Hunter. I never noticed until recently that most of the ships in “Babylon 5” were shaped like fish.
Worf’s F-18: Really cool.
Really? I’ve never watched “Babylon 5”, so if there is any resemblance, it is coincidence. But I know I took some ideas from Jules Verne’s Nautilus when doing my space ship.
Congrats to KEric. I like seeing these unconventional uses–makes me feel at home.