Another day, another scene from the Lake District. I thought it needed a flash of colour and a focal point, so added a little robot of my own making (I don’t really do ‘modelling’ - pretty much my first attempt at any animate object… can get a reasonably long way by smashing primitives together ).
Luckily, as well as his rubber parts, ‘Laz V1.01’ is also made from a super-duper futuristic deforming metal that allows his chassis to bend as necessary! He also likes rambling around the national parks of England, which is handy for me. I imagine he may pop up in future projects, albeit with some improvements.
Obviously, not the most original idea, but it makes it a bit different and I enjoyed doing it. The juxtaposition of a robot in what is supposed to look a bit like an oil painting was also attractive to me (but yes, not original ). Also gives me a new avenue to go down, as I won’t be happy until Laz is a great robot (expect it to be version V100).
Also included are some non-robot ‘shots’ and non-painterly images for completeness.
(Edit: Uploaded a version without the annoying cloud on the left hand mountain (which is called Yewbarrow, if anybody is interested).