When this baby hits eighty-eight miles per hour...
About this creation
The Dawn of Man
Our early ancestors had a frequent habit of eating overripe, fermented fruit, passing out, and waking up hours later, so, in a way, they did invent a time machine. The tradition continues today in bars across the globe.
The Ottoman Empire
The Age of Piracy
The Turn of the Twentieth Century
The awe of time travel probably isn't worth the extreme dizziness.
The Present Day
A blinding flash, and the time machine is gone.
The Ottoman Empire setup:
The Ottoman Empire machine:
An accurate illustration of how much I struggled with the Ottoman machine. I'm still not completely satisfied.
Yes, I was planning on incorporating an elephant.
The Piracy machine:
The Piracy set:
The Piracy setup:
The Twentieth Century machine:
The Present Day machine:
I am so done with this project.
AMUSING NOTE FROM THE WORKBENCH: It was originally going to be "A Brief History of Jetpacks," but as soon as I tried making a monkey jetpack out of bananas, the whole thing went to hell. There's only so much you can do with jetpacks, anyway.
ANOTHER AMUSING NOTE: I misspelled "century" very badly as I was writing all that. I switched the vowels. I got a good laugh out of it.
Some DANG good work here! Gotta' love the pirate set, and machine for that matter! I also really like the cover picture for this. Too bad you couldn't get the elephant in somewhere...A job well done, anyway!
I know you may think it took me a few days to comment on this but I'm actually commenting from three days before you even posted it and my flux capacitor didn't quite have the 1.21 gigawatts to make the jump accurately. Yeah, I don't believe it either... And not to be repetative but my fave was the pirate set as well BTW. Nice work all round as usual. ~ Chris.
Nicely done, as usual, Alex! Love the pirates backhground, and those cast shadows in particular. I see you covered the basics for time travel, however I was surprised not to find Captain Kirk with a Tommy Gun in there somewhere!
Our modern time machines are so cold, heartless, and sterile. I miss the lovingly handcrafted, finely polished wood models of yesteryear. And not that nasty fake wood paneling they slapped on them in the 70's, either.