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Time Machine full frontal by rubesart Time Machine full frontal by rubesart
This is a full frontal pic of the bronze Time Machine. Currently it stands about 6foot tall but once installed on a portland stone base it'll be about 9foot tall. for more pics showing it being made have a look at this web page..... [link]
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enchantedcuriosities Featured By Owner May 24, 2010
This is beautiful!
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realofob Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2010
does it work?
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angychan Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2008   Artisan Crafter
Gorgeous!! So steampunk-ish, totally love it!
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Dalexandru Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2007
gr8 work love all the details and the color/ patina in my language love all ur works
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Osa-Art-Farm Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2006
wow
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cherriebomb Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2005  Professional Traditional Artist
gorgeous!

I don't know where and when I'd go to if I had one. And the temptation would be so great, but I've watched enough science fiction to know that sometimes time travel isn't such a good idea. Unless you're Doctor Who, which I, sadly, am not.

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rubesart Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2005  Professional Traditional Artist
Hey Thanks very much,

you've got some great work in your gallery. i really like the Uzumaki image. the darkness of the spirals against the textured backround looks very cool.

i know there's the whole paradox issue with time travel, which is a bummer, but if the machine worked i'd be gone!!...lol. maybe there'd be some invisibility clause so anyone traveling in time can't be seen or touch anything. it wouldn't be as much fun but it could help to alleviate the paradox problems :D i'd start by going back a hundred years and see my house being built then move outward and backwards from there. it'd be cool to see some ancient cities being built. like Baal Bek or Angkor wat or the pyramids. the cool places in time to check out are endless ain't they. where would you go?
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cherriebomb Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2005  Professional Traditional Artist
i will get back to you on this later. i am tired an loopy, and all I can think to say is that I'd use the time machine to go somewhere where I could sleep a long time, and that is hardly interesting. :)

p.s. thanks for the :+fav: on Uzumaki. I really appreciate that. :)
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rubesart Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2005  Professional Traditional Artist
Hey no worries. enjoy your rest :)
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cherriebomb Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2005  Professional Traditional Artist
thanks, I did... all 14 hours of it! Wow, I haven't slept that much in ages. guess i needed it.
ANyway... where would I go... Probably San Francisco in the late 60's. I've always wanted to hang out with real hippies. :) There's a million other places and times I would probably want to go, but sometimes I really think that there's no better time than the present...
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