time Tarvek had collapsed because it turns out entering a death trap and riding
mechanical tigers doesn’t help to recover from gunshot wound. Who’d have
thought. So now Agatha has to deal with that too, as if she didn’t have enough
problems in her hands. Let’s continue.
Tarvek starts mumbling incoherently everyone manages to carry him to one of the
many medical labs in the Castle. Convenient! Mainly because the Heterodynes
loved experimenting. This should mean there’s plethora of materials and items
that can be of help, as long as the right hands use them, of course. And Agatha
here is the right hands, or at least she’d be if she knew anything about
medicine. Moloch is a mechanic, Violetta is a ninja…this may be more
difficult than expected.
Castle has a scream machine because of course it does.
may actually be kind of simple. Yeah, I didn’t know you had any medical
knowledge at all, Agatha. What’s up with that? Turns out in Beetle’s university
the lectures included hundreds of operations, and she watched every single one
of them, wanting to get her hands on a patient. Cool! And while Tarvek may not
be in top shape and he’s still kind of sick, at least he’s not in immediate
danger of dying. Violetta will be capable of guarding him while Agatha goes to
find Gil. You coming, Moloch?
if he’s coming. Remember that someone called for Gil’s name from offscreen?
Turns out that person was Zola, and Gil recognizes her. Hm? Zola reacts with a
lot of familiarity, behaving as if Gil is some kind of childhood friend who did
something stupid. I think I’m missing something here, have you two met before,
by any chance?
they met in Paris and Zola used to receive a lot of help from Gil. Now she sees
her chance to repay the favor because she is the Lady Heterodyne. Gil is in no
particular hurry to defuse this delusion, hah. Hey, this could be useful!
Depending on how much Zola grows to trust Gil, of course, but maybe he can
sabotage Zola with subtlety. The rest of Gil’s companions will want to, either way.
An impressive picture of a King Tiger from schwere Panzer-Abteilung 501 being repaired by field maintenance team in harsh winter conditions of 1944-45 in Poland. Both sides of the suspension have been damaged and the drive sprocket has been removed for access to the ﬁnal drive. To allow easy access to the engine bay, the mechanics has set up of this useful hoist on the turret and removed the heavy engine cover plate.
This is a life-sized mechanism of a tiger devouring a European man. It belonged to Tipu Sahib, ruler of Mysore in India until 1799.
Tipu had two great passions, a fascination for tigers and a hatred of the British. Concealed within the tiger is a mechanical pipe-organ operated by a crank-handle at the tiger’s shoulder. This handle also operates bellows which create sounds of the tiger growling and of the victim crying out. The cries vary in intensity, as the mechanism raises and lowers the man’s left arm to cover his mouth.
This object is in the collection of Victoria and Albert Museum
Mechanical tiger. - 50*70 cm, acrylic on 300gr watercolor paper
Finally finished this giant, first time trying to paint something surreal this big and I have to say I enjoyed it so much!!! It is a gift for a friend, when I asked her what would she like from me she only said: “White tiger, something surreal and mechanical. Colours can be blue, purple, red…oh you know me!!!” Tried my best, hope I succeed!
|| 1st studyblr post || Had kind of a busy morning studying English Syntax and Semantics but the effort was worth it :]
I really, really love taking colored notes. One of my most recent purchases have been these colorful mechanical pencils from Tiger. I also adore the Moleskine I was given as a gift… it is so helpful as a planner c: