Re: Phoenix and Oxyopus, two multi-legged creatures.
Incredible work Zenta! You built all of this yourself? What did you use for designing and cutting the bracket system? Are those like aluminum t-blocks (no, I'm not a mechanical engineer) at the joints on the body? Nice work on the cable management too! How sturdy are those single brackets connecting the legs from the shoulders? Sorry I'm just loving this spider and have a ton of questions!
I would love to see a video of Phoenix just walking around. That is just sooo life-like. I had chills when I saw Phoenix move!
Definitely get your Oxyopus project up when you get a chance. Did you build that yourself too? You might want to wait till the next contest round for an official project entry (it'll start March 1st), except of course if you have other projects to enter!
EDIT: Almost forgot! I got you entered in the contest
Last edited by Alex; 01-23-2008 at 09:37 AM.
Reason: I'm a dumbass, hehe. I misspelled Zenta's name;)
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