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Tuesday, March 06, 2007

The Propeller-Fish

A fish. Indeed an idiosyncratic one.


  1. Great design! It's too bad there aren't any fish that travel by propeller. I would have to own a few. Really nice work, as always.

  2. Simple and powerful , i love your style Florian , ...go , go , go

    see u!

  3. Thanks a lot for the high speed double-linking, pal!

    The propeller-fish is great. wonderful idea! Mother nature is indeed very tricky. (Did you know that the E.coli bacteria has actually a sort of propeller engine?)

    I've been also under the sea today. We were working on whale model. It's the last character for our current movie!

    Auf bald, Oliver

  4. devily classy!