Posts Tagged ‘Eye candy’

A railroad in the palm of your hand

Monday, September 4th, 2006

While I was visiting with my dad yesterday, he showed me this web site detailing one of the most miniscule, working model railroad layouts ever made. The layout measures 4′ by 8′ in N scale. In real life scale, that means you can hold the whole thing between your fingers.

What effort and patience it must have taken to create this. I would probably have gone insane trying to work with things that small.

Artistic distractions

Saturday, June 25th, 2005

When I’m in the mood to look at something artistically inspiring on the web I turn to Drawn!, the illustration blog that turns up some of the best visuals to be found. Recent posts that have caught my attention include Futurama panoramas, the Esao Andrews portfolio site and the animated short Le Building.

Because I haven’t been giving you all enough eye candy to gawk at lately.

Get perpendicular!

Wednesday, April 13th, 2005

Hitachi has found a way to pack more storage space into hard drives so you can carry around more of your music and what nots, but instead of the usual stale and dry white paper on how they pulled off this feat, they decided to do a Schoolhouse Rocks! style animation.

Don’t blame me if you get the cheesy song stuck in your head — I’m only the messenger here.

Break dancing robots

Monday, July 26th, 2004

Ever see a Transformer breakdance before? Well, now you can say you have.

From Axeman to Zombies

Friday, July 23rd, 2004

Our hero battles twenty-six alphabeticised terrors. Pray for him.