Posted by admin on Nov 18, 2009 in Character Design
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Our dear Facebook friends from Citymonsters (Haifa, Israel) had a wonderful idea: to change the face of the Carmelit subway system @ Haifa, placing new loving “monster-citizens”, because of that reason they asked for support to the whole monsters lovers around the web to submit any great & kind monster designs.
Raveland’s Magic Forest Gang asked us to join their monsters friends and this is the final result: a happy Magic Forest Gang showing their big smiles to all Carmelit users.
Join this great adventure following Citymonsters’ website:
Posted by admin on Nov 14, 2009 in World wide web
OK… This post should be published earlier!!
Here is the facts: a few weeks ago our dear Facebook-friend “Romain GraphicDesigner” (front man of Vectoriel Club Group!) chose Alex Raveland’s artworks for his famous “Graphiste de la semaine” series, that is a big honor!!
He made a cool selection of Alex’s latest works plus some cool old ones as part of an album that shows to art/design-lovers his fantasy-sci-fi style.
Thank you very much Romain!!
“Graphiste de la semaine 82: Alex Raveland” sounds pretty cool!!
Facebook user? here’s the link
Well my dear friends, finally the most awaited announcement was released by Infectious-Mimobot team, and guess what!? we lost!!
C’mon lets change that long ridiculous faces and lets place a big smile!! the contest was pretty cool, with lots of very good ideas, but to be honest we disagree with some of the selected Top-5 designs.
We feel so happy with our proposals that we decide to keep tracking a nice cool Flash USB-key manufacturer that would let us produce our “Forgotten Heroes” series. ^ _ ^
Here’s the link of the official winners announcement… and once again, the Forgotten Heroes 3D image (3d by Daniel Vanches) that soon or later will be produced!!
Big hug to all from Raveland Robotics team!
Posted by admin on Nov 7, 2009 in Uncategorized
“Endor’s Prairie Robots”, the final design that decorate this custom toy/mask project was recently finished and submitted to Guss•Toys crew at Puebla city, Mexico as part of their great “Vader bootleg project” (”Robots de las praderas de Endor”) that gathered several Mexican designers proposals to this iconic mask.
Raveland Robotics proposal placed its stylish robots above a greenish Endor moon landscape, where a ever reveled gnome quietly protect his magic mushrooms, could it be the Vader’s best kept secret about the dark side “force’s trigger”?
Don’t forget to visit Guss•Toys blog:
Posted by admin on Nov 3, 2009 in Uncategorized
Believe it or not there are some quite places where robot use to use as meeting points, some are used for drink a warm cup of oiled-tea, and other just to get a re-comforting nap after a long working month on human’s factories, Raveland & Anja Meyer show us one f this secret places, a photo that was taken in the right place and moment, and a couple of robots ready to sing a nice song about bolts and tin cans.
This mixed media artwork perfectly reflects the innocent atmosphere of a hidden playground, “Robot’s secret garden” an unforgettable fantasy still.
Enjoy it! (comments are always welcome!)
I’m sure that many of you want to know who was the winner of the Infectious Mimobot design contest, guess what!!!… we don’t know!, actually this should be the week when Infectious Team would spread to the world the name of the winner. We are also sure that you want to know HOW our design proposals should look in real life, our friend Daniel Vanches modeled and prepared a cool 3D preview of many proposal (our cool ones included), so here they are!
We think that all look great!!
Greetings dear friends and you kind comments are always welcome!