Raveland Robotics finally releases its first “long awaited” Paper Toy, totally developed in house, following our loving theme of “the golden space race” era. Nu’Kosmonaut is also a customizable project for designer and illustrators, the final template was included in this linked file.
Download, print, cut, fold and glue to get your own Tovarich, your perfect desktop partner!
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Meet Raveland, the long time awaited solo-exhibition, started last June 4 with a great party, full of friends, cold drinks, good vibe and excellent comments about the whole artworks.
During June, you can meet Raveland at La Coronilla, a traditional bar located in a beautiful historical building (Morelos st. #666) right in Guadalajara’s Downtown.
We want to share you some photos, there you will find why Monsieur Alex Raveland is sooo happy!
Thank you for all your kind support!
Yes you can, of course you can!… if you live next to Guadalajara city (Mexico) because Alex Raveland (Raveland Robotics) will exhibit during next June a good selection of his robotic artworks & Illustrations… all developed during the last years, from pencil/marker sketch to final digital illustration and then carefully printed, some numbered, some unique/one-of-a-kind, and all framed and signed.
You will be able to meet Raveland at La Coronilla, a traditional bar located in a beautiful historical building (Morelos st. #666) right in Guadalajara’s Downtown.
La Coronilla’s new Gallery area will be open next June 4th with Raveland’s exhibition, that night from 10pm you will witness a nice short-film selection from talented local film-makers and at 11pm the Gallery will be officially open, Dj UBL/Lost pilot will be in charge of the mixer with a remarkable set of electronic music.
Our great & professional friend from COPITEK sponsored this great event, helping us with the digital prints, they surprised us (as always) with their quality and express service!
Need any prints in the Guadalajara area? visit COPITEK my friends!
We are not the biggest coffee fans, but somehow we know how much pleasure you can find in a hot cup of coffee, and when you get it in the right moment is just like a heavenly experience, isn’t?
“Soy, venti, vanilla latte, sugar-free (Jolly Coffeesburg)” started from a friend’s request for a lovely cute graphic, in order to place it in a coffee shop, the fact is that the client ever answer, but we really- really wanted to make it real… as a lovely cute kawaii-inspired artwork, as a kind tribute to this delicious beverage! and it is also the first artwork from our new series: “Well behave robots”.
Want some!? take a close look and tell us what do you think about it!
Cheers from Raveland Robotics HQ dear friends!
Who will stop us now!? Well, actually a reduced sleep-time use to stop us every day, but now that we re-started our 3D modeling sessions, nights seem to be shorter and shorter. And our last 3D models look pretty cool, take a close look and tell us what do you think about them, but lets face it, we must move slowly in order to offer you a very detailed final artwork. We love to take care of details!
Robots here and there, some cute, some fierce, a nice 3D collection. Enjoy it!
(Don’t forget to leave some comments, because we also love to read your comments!)
After a short period of 100% vector artworks & pencil sketches, 3D design is back!
Raveland Robotics will be working hard on 3D modeling in order to develop a nice stylish robot collection, a proud Raveland Robotics “product”!
Working on 3D modeling, we’ll be closer to our goal of collectibles toy production!
Thank you to all our friend from Facebook and Flickr who had give us their approbation and nice
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Tlaloc, the Teotihuacan lord of rain (and water), was the inspiration for this new Raveland Robotics version, ready to take part of the fight against the conquerors, this pre-hispanic vector-illustrated robot, that follows simple clean shapes, wants to keep the main Tlaloc’s characteristics easy to identified like the circles around the eyes, blue color over ritual ornaments and some others…
Beware humans!, Robotic Tlaloc 2.0 is ready.
Huehueteotl as a “well known” deity in the ancient Mesoamerican pre-hispanic cultures (from Mayan to Aztec), is identified as the Aged god… For our new “Illuminated robots” series we chose this deity because aged-deities used to represent wisdom & experience… a vast knowledge that we’re sure must be the “super-power” that follows this ancient deity… and as robot it would be awesome to be a wise mecha!!
Thumbs up to this new illustration!!!
Finally, here is some Raveland’s framed artworks, most of them from our early artwork (as Raveland Robotics) but all robot related!! The artworks include Limited Editions canvas prints & photo print posters from “Meet Raveland” series.
We hope that you will find this photos as beauty and inspiring as we do.
In the latest post at Viziomag.com, our friend Andresi chose and share the 40 awesome illustrations, based in the VIZIOMAG group @ flickr. In this second volume he include “Cosmic gathering” (Meet Raveland 05/05) artwork and actually Alex get blushed because this great honor, he is part of the list of great illustrators that use to collab with Viziomag, artists that with great skills and style.
Raveland Robotics want to thank to Andresi & all the Viziomag art magazine team for consider that our artwork is as good, that it deserves to be included in that “40 Awesome illustrations”.
Here’s the VIZIOMAG link
And the Viziomag Flickr group