Here are my Christmas presents for you:
Gordi: I liked the multiple references with the posters. Calling a bed “Non-Cryogenic Stasis Device” instead is a nice way to convince kids to go to sleep! The pillow looks a bit flat, though.
RayVelcoro: In a world were people are digitalized, going back in time is probably not a big challenge The red lights helped to make the device stand-out from the rest.
Shenfara: The purple vortex looks pretty nice, specially the colours. I think the panel could use more variation (e.g., buttons with different sizes and colours, some displays etc.).
fdo: Is this an old slideshow camera? I tried searching the internet for prado-150, but couldn’t find anything relevant. I liked the grayscale, old-photo effect. Also, the model is very well done.
purbosky: I suppose this is moments before the dinosaurs went extinct, and also moments before the first test with an anti-planetary bomb. The UFO looks nice, specially the lights. The ground looks a bit too much like a desert for dinosaurs. I liked the pterodactyls.
MACEPRODUCTIONS: I never watched Dr. Who, so I don’t know how the TARDIS is supposed to look like, but your model looks nice. The grass is also very eye-pleasing. I just think there should be a bit more going on in the image.
didierv: Haha, that suit seems useful. Also, it probably never gets bad reviews: If it fails, the wearer will be in no condition to complain. The suit looks ok, though a bit plastic. I would’ve expected something more like a surfer’s suit. Btw, it is often a “bad idea” to have a background with a lot of contrast (black with many grey lines in this case) since it distracts from the main subject. A gradient would’ve worked better.
DM9: That lightning looks pretty awesome! Is it a image or geometry? I liked how the pupil looks like a wormhole.
FlyingBanana: I think only a TARDIS is missing here The phone booth looks nice, but those sparks around it is pretty weird (what is that supposed to be?). Also, it is almost impossible to read the text (without much effort I can only make out GAYTGH).
fcharr: This is very eye-pleasing: Smooth variations in colour and shapes. I think this is one of your best images so far.
putr corps: That sphere looks pretty cool, specially the transition between real cables to green/digital ones. The lighting is very nice, too. My only critique is that the floor switches too quickly from puddles of water to dry asphalt. I would expect some regions to be wet without being covered in water.
Hondo: Very mysterious. I liked the chaos with the cables. Though I did not see the person as you promised, even after looking closely. Also, you could’ve used some additional subdivisions in some cables (for example, the white one in the right going upwards).
caz747: The models of the ship and the police box look pretty nice, but most of the attention ended up on the wall since he rest is a bit too dark.
david.speer: I liked the metallic details in your time machine, with all the bolts and cables. The warm yellow light is pretty too.
skadoosh: I really liked the post-processing effects and the lighting. The touch of colour feels like some memory coming from the past, and the watch reminds us that time goes forward, whether with want it or not. I might be over-interpreting things, but this picture is very emotional for me.
beau11: I guess the title says it all. What is that clock doing in the ground? I have no idea. The lighting is pretty.
Helge: Poor time-traveler, almost made it to his time machine. The amber looks pretty awesome.
OLG: At first, when I saw the naked models and read that they went to Bikini Island, I completely misunderstood what the trip was about! The portal is awesome (is that a blurred explosion?), and the story-telling is pretty interesting.
RobertT: Interesting cartoony look. Are the people in front also made with blander, or did you use vector graphics for that? The idea of a book being a time machine is pretty interesting.
Btw, the dialogue reminds me a bit of a scene in Monty Python and the Holy Grail. There it is!