|10 Mar 2003|| Jennifer 'Scylla' Koch|
*stares* Are you in automotive/aerospace design? If you're not...you *should* be! Every line is crisp, every angle is perfect, and you've combined the metallic nature of the mecha with the soft curves of the pilot inside the mobile suit to create a novel way of design! And I love the feet...that's how they should be designed. Who needs big, clunky, metal boots? If they're softer, they can conform to any type of terrain - a la camel feet. Is this pen and ink? That's what it looks like...*belatedly remembers to do an impressive first comment dance* Daniel L. Bergkvist
replies: "I absolutely agree with you and must say that your comment was much perceptive. I'm an Industial designer (general product design - not automotive, but still) I would have replied sooner if I had had the time. It is done in pen and ink. I have inked it with a Rotring 600 fountain pen with brilliant ink. Again thank you for your comment "
|5 Nov 2005|| Eskil Ceder|
After seeing the other comments and studying her face for myself, i find it to be a good a nice description of true human nature, A person will not always look like the ultimate hero no matter who or what he or she is. Below is what i read out of the picture.
She may not be smiling but i find that she still holds her posture, and looks as if used to the situation and is ready to do what she has to. The picture seems to describe the pilot doing something that she has done many times before, and as an experienced one as such, getting in and preparing herself is probably not any thing she thinks much about when it all comes around. With the look on her face her one could guess that her mind is probably els were, possibly thinking about how to handle the upcoming task in the best way, or she may be giving her brain a rest and thinking about something that has nothing to do with what's ahead, before going out. Who know, the choice is in the eye of the beholder, or the description of the artist. Daniel L. Bergkvist
replies: "I like your interpretation of the image - it makes her an interesting character."
|19 Sep 2008|| Anon.|
i think my jaw broke when it dropped...............
|8 Jun 2010|| Anon.|
For all intents and purposes, it looks more like power armor than a mecha, reminds a bit of the Landmates from Appleseed. Daniel L. Bergkvist
replies: "Well, you are right in that it is a ripoff from the Appleseed landmates, but I consider them Mecha. Just small mecha."
|12 Aug 2011|| Here there|
Very dice drawing! But why doesn’t she have hands?? ) Daniel L. Bergkvist
replies: "The hands are protected by the armour. The small arms control the big arms, which have hands."