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    Project Whatever - Jason Whatever
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    Project Whatever

    In 2020, as I turned 50, I started to think about my archive.

    For over 30 years, I have amassed an extensive collection of sketched-out part ideas and developed a few more further, and some are just a single graphics or a page of scribbled text. Rather than create even more new idea concepts, I will spend the rest of this decade bringing these archived ideas to life under Project Whatever.

    Two years in, although I am starting to implement some of my archives, I need to improve. Most of my output remains new designs, although based on learning from 30+ years, so it counts in a way.

    Robot Tom
    Whatever Robot Variants
    blip the ALIEN
    Robots, Aliens and Creatures