Tide inspectors became mainstream after what was later called the "Great Tide Disaster".
People felt safe living near those things... until they were wiped out by the next "Great Tide", just a few years later. They provided nice tide increasing rates for the event, though.

Some sort of flying vehicle designed in ClipStudio paint with my new thingy toy, in order to nicely record the process. Of course this is not made with my usual sketchbook brushes.

Full .

A lonely tide inspector machine that someone forgot to recover, now slowly becoming a shore fuslow, that some future tecno poet will probably use as an inspiration for a cheap melancholic creation.

Quick direct digital doodle inspired by a big yellow monster I recently saw in Cadiz's shipyards.

Sloth doodles extracted from a whiteboard session with
@Ilustrania

Dolphin inspector ship trying to communicate with approaching cargo:
-Hold, Mark, Batsa Dolphin.
+Preggent beffma.
-Hold, Mark, Copy?
+Preggent beffma... mandrel.
-Hold, Mark, Copy?
+Jaaaz betufa agre.
-Translator please!!

This one needed a bit more.

Dolphin inspector ship trying to communicate with approaching cargo:
-Hold, Mark, Batsa Dolphin.
+Preggent beffma.
-Hold, Mark, Copy?
+Preggent beffma... mandrel.
-Hold, Mark, Copy?
+Jaaaz betufa agre.
-Translator please!!

New before ending the day.

Quick doodles extracted from a whiteboard session with
@Ilustrania

Experiment:
Painting over a very loose and rough Dall-E AI automated output.

This opens many questions, like:

Is this still an Ailantd work?
What would be the point where the human input/transform would make this still human made?
Have curated AIs its own syles?
...and many more.

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