#17 Isidoros Thálassa

| November 17, 2010 | 6 Comments

A relative unknown in his time, Isidoros was a true visionary. Living in Greece during the 4th centure BCE, Isidoros is best known for his explorations into deep sea diving. He constantly created suits such as this one to traverse the great Mediterranean. Obsessed with the sea from a very young age, Isidoros changed his last name to Thálassa (greek: sea)as soon as he could. Also a man of some hubris, he would often affix the wings of hermes to his diving suits in hopes that this would call upon the great god Hermes to give him speed and ease of travel through the water.

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Category: Fantasy, Scifi, Steampunk

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  1. JoeCook says:

    That is freakin’ awesome!

  2. That is cool! Nice design, memorable.

  3. saulone says:

    That is bloody awesome, Tim. One of my favorites of yours. Love the little feathers on the sides and the tubes. Top notch man. Top effin notch.

    • TiMrozek says:

      Great to hear Dan. I really appreciate it. It’s just exciting that some of the cooler stuff is coming on the nights where I’m most frustrated and end up just trying new things.

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