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:iconajidehak:
ajidehak Featured By Owner May 17, 2016  Professional Photographer
:) , i like angels and u really cool angel with this great wings :) , i want have wings like u :,,,( , plz create a video and learn me
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:iconkoonmo:
koonmo Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I just read through all the comments on all your photos and I have to say, your wings are absolutely incredible! I've been doing research for several years now on how to make a pair of articulated wings for myself and I have come back to your page time and time again for reference. Thank you so much for uploading so many process photos and for answering so many questions about the materials. I'll be sure to send you a picture of my own wings when I'm done!
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mira10234 Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello and holy smokes those wings are amazing but if you don't mind do the actually move or are they poseable, but if the do actually move then how do you control them ? And just one more question how long, and how did you make them? Thank you and sorry if I wasted time ,yet they are an inspiration nonetheless
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:iconbushitaka:
Bushitaka Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2016
np;
i can move the wings: in/out, up/down and flap/palf.
the movements are controlled by micro-joysticks on both indexfingers of the gloves.
it took quite some time to make them, although the design&experiments took the most time. the final build was done within, say, 8 weeks or so...
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MikeBowser87 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2016
Hello Bushitaka i recently looked up 3-D printed prosthetic's i found that you can use a cheap smart phone to program movement into it now i am looking into incorporating my wing design with simple strong yet light and flexible materials but also i am considering a more hands free approach such as a prosthetic would use to use electronic skin signals or the head band to control a mouse for paralyzed people but to use this simple design you have shown here though and to reduce size use more joints with more lines to actuate the wings with a computer chip that could simply run off something as small as a cell phone and powered by something as two or four laptop batteries. but i am looking at something of that sort. if you have any ideas or advice for me in combining the two mech and prosthetic i would appreciate.  
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danielle14178 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
If you don't mind me asking, how large are the feathers on your largest angel wings?
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:iconbushitaka:
Bushitaka Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2016
the longest feathers are 75 cm
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Allaphaidole Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014  Student Digital Artist
You probably got this question several times, but what are the feathers made out of? is it a kind of plastic?
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Nojiko444 Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I wish I just had a little bit of technical understanding ._.
These wings are just gorgeoous, to bad for me I guess
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EuTytoAlba Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2013   General Artist
I can't express how inspired I am by your work. :iconawwwplz:
It makes me realize that I'm really going to have to step up my game!

Do you have a background in engineering?
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