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How Iron Man Shoulda Looked (if he wasn't all CGI)

Kogoro Kurata, master ironsmith, known for his massive, impressive metalworking. His creations are awe-inspiring. Any blacksmith or engineer would agree.

Kurata:

"Being an artisan means you need skills first. However in my case, I want to make something first and then learn the skills necessary to make it, then I perfect it as I go. Traditionally, like a hundred years ago, iron work in Japan was very limited and earlier craftsmen essentially made only swords, or used iron for structures and other light industry, as far as I know."

His magnificent creations include the ScopeDog (a huge robot straight out of Votoms), a vintage dial phone computer mouse, a typewriter keyboard, and more.

The ScopeDog:

How Iron Man Shoulda Looked (if he wasn't all CGI)

How Iron Man Shoulda Looked (if he wasn't all CGI)

How Iron Man Shoulda Looked (if he wasn't all CGI)

The iMac configuration - mouse and keyboard:

How Iron Man Shoulda Looked (if he wasn't all CGI)

How Iron Man Shoulda Looked (if he wasn't all CGI)

How Iron Man Shoulda Looked (if he wasn't all CGI)

Musical instruments:

How Iron Man Shoulda Looked (if he wasn't all CGI)

How Iron Man Shoulda Looked (if he wasn't all CGI)

How Iron Man Shoulda Looked (if he wasn't all CGI)

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