Used at large outdoor events, the bombard uses GPS-enabled balls to parachute food down into the laps of hungry customers.
Detail sheet. After rough sketches, I made a model in 3DCoat, then drew and painted over that.
An electronic signet ring, used for 'signing' documents.
This small wooden shack has been designed by its owner to look like a modern-day vending machine - from the back, it's actually a tiny soup kitchen.
Detail sheet. Customers would order by pushing a wooden peg through the front, which rings a bell for the chef.
A solar-powered well takes all the hassle out of fetching water for the village.
Details and materials.
These are the concepts I designed for the ArtStation challenge, Medieval: Back and Forth.
The brief was to imagine technology being shared between modern times and medieval times, and the creative ways the periods could influence each other.