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Neuron Plectrum Gallery – Gallery

Figured it was about time I made a gallery web page right here for a few of my non-3D-printing ventures in SketchUp. I’ll begin off with this little tri-star wheeled autonomous car that was a spin-off of one other collection I’ll submit later. Sadly, I don’t appear to have the unique SKP of this, solely the crates and the wheels. I feel I simply wasn’t proud of it and determined to start out anew.

I’m additionally not proud of the skybox, which was made in Procreate, depth of discipline blur and all. Possibly I’ll give Terragen a looksy at some point.

The feel for the crates was made in Affinity Designer and the management panel is from the Apollo command module’s primary pc.


One thing enjoyable I threw collectively utilizing SketchUp, Procreate, Pixlr, and Affinity Designer. It was going to be a background aspect for one thing else, however I put extra into it than I anticipated and determined to submit it by itself first.

Made a little bit of a fake pas on this one.

Some sci-fi-esque bric-a-brac.

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why does it really feel I’ve seen that earlier than…?

you used it for example someplace proper ? :slight_smile:

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I used to be having a problem with the pallets disappearing when saving it to Trimble Join.

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I like your images but the “z” in the “poster” you posted has a special, negative, political meaning for Europeans at the moment.

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You’ll have to enlighten me on that; I’m not familiar.
Edit: Is it this?

Thanks for the tip. I’ll make some adjustments.

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it is, but I didn’t even think of it.

when I saw the image I thought…

Zorro ?

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Okay, let’s try this again, minus the unintentional socio-political faux pas. You can still see the original in the edit log of the earlier post if you really want some context. Suffice to say, I screwed up and I’m sorry.

I’ve forgotten what LRB stands for. Maybe Land-based Rover Bot, but that doesn’t sound right.


Some more cartoony work. Can’t remember exactly where I got the idea besides maybe some Roadrunner episodes.


A reel-to-reel tape recorder for a drawing challenge.


If one reel is almost full, shouldn’t the other be almost empty? (I think I have a Tandberg from early 1970s in storage)



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