did you by chance find out about the kettenkrad from succubi last tour?
Of course, like everyone else.
i like female underwear, bikini, lingerie, etc. the intersecting lines, straps, fabrics, patterns, etc. the way it digs into flesh slightly and how the opacity of sheer fabrics becomes something like black cel-shading at the edges when it disappears wrapping around the body. you can model the body topologically as a sphere and the straps of lingerie as bisections of it. you have either loops wrapping around a body part, or strips going between the loops, sometimes the area between loops is completely filled, like in the case of panties, that is just three loops. ive always thought this even since i was a little kid, it is just so interesting visually. i love succubus's underwear. im not a tranny or crossdresser and i dont own any, it's just an odd fixation
I like PC cases and accessories.>>63267
I don't like halftracks. I prefer tankettes and sidecars.
Excellent. tankettes and armored cars are the absolute best kind of anti-infantry platform to spam in points based ww2 wargames. I would regularly rout and then overrun infantry platoons using APC's and other thinly armored MG based weapons systems. unsupported WW2 infantry cannot compete with light armor if the engagement is at range
Iirc, the kettenkrad's front wheel is optional, and it often was driven as a fully treaded vehicle.
You should study industrial design. Maybe you are good at it.
I always liked the shapes and designs of medical devices and machinery, photocopiers and certain gaming consoles, like the dreamcast or playstation one
Also, all these things ive mentioned share certain similarities in their shapes. If someone knows how this style of design is called please tell me.
Man, the Dreamcast is a good one. I love how that thing looks. I know people always made fun of how bulky the controller was, but it always reminded me of a Manta Ray, and I love manta rays. And the triangle+circle of the lid was always nice IMO as well.
I know nothing about industrial design or even any books or how you would even begin to study it. What's the starting textbook for that?
Here in my country (Argentina) industrial design is a university major/career. They study about product developement, design, and production.https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qzGXSXdOx-U
I didnt study or know anything about it, at least that it is pretty interesting, and if i had time i would do it. Here is a list with some books for beginners (yes i just googled and found em on reddit, but what gives)
Thinking Objects: Contemporary approaches to product design / Tim Parsons
The making of Design: from the first model to the final product / Gerrit Terstiege
Design for the Real World / Victor Papanek
Design, Creativity and Culture: an orientation to Design / Maurice Barnwell
Manufacturing Processes for Design Professionals / Rob Thompson
How to See: a guide to reading our man-made environment / George Nelson
The Good Life / Scott and Helen Nearing
That controller was awful.