Aluminum can model presentation

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Really cool concept: I love the amount of care you took into making each piece functional: it definitely adds to the legitimacy of the model.

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Anfal Abdulrahman
February 3, 2016 2:32 pm

Really nice work and the iterative process you went through is both informative and impressive. I find it fascinating that it’s all aluminum and made from cans. Great job!

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This project looks like it took a ton of time – I was impress that you managed to make all of the parts on the bike functional – that adds a whole new layer of difficulty.

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Really impressive. I think the PBR cans where a good choice for their colors; they give an american theme and their shine really stands out.

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Very impressive. The model has great detail yet it’s still apparent that cans were used to build it. The turning wheels are an especially nice touch. Great job!

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Brendan Warren
February 3, 2016 12:46 pm

I’m impressed that you got the components to be functional. When I first saw it, I thought it was purely static. Great idea using paper to model the components as they act so similar, yet I would imagine paper is significantly easier to work with. Great job!

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Jakob Oreskovich
February 3, 2016 12:46 pm

Very impressive. Super cool how clean all of the cuts look. What did you use to cut up the aluminum?

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Damn that is a sweet piece of art! great execution on making it functional. It looks like a great mock up of a cafe racer

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I love the detail in the project. It turned out really well! Would you look to make other designs in the future?

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Wow, looks like you spent quite a lot of time on that model I think it turned out well, and I like how you went the extra mile by trying to make it functional with the suspension and such.

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I’ve seen other projects just like this, but yours is just as good as those I’ve seen in stores, if not better. I also enjoyed hearing about your process, which seems pretty arduous.

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I really like this project. I have seen other aesthetics like this where people make small statues or desk decorations with aluminum cans. I love the way it looks and that the front part moves. This is awesome!

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I love the small details put into this, it must have taken a lot of work to get the curves the way you wanted. Nice that you made it functional, really impressive.

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Joseph Yoshimura
February 3, 2016 12:44 pm

This looks so cool! It’s incredible how realistic and detailed it looks now! Especially since you made it functional and moveable!

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Creative art piece out of cans! It would look cool chilling on a desk.

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