History Creator / LeonardoDaVinci

11th May '18 2:35:45 AM Chabal2
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* ''Series/BlackadderBackAndForth'': Blackadder tricks his friends into thinking he's invented a time machine based on designs by da Vinci. Naturally, since Baldrick built it it works in the most inconvenient manner possible.

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* ''Series/BlackadderBackAndForth'': ''{{Series/Blackadder=} Back And Forth'': Blackadder tricks his friends into thinking he's invented a time machine based on designs by da Vinci. Naturally, since Baldrick built it it works in the most inconvenient manner possible.
11th May '18 2:35:15 AM Chabal2
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* ''Series/BlackadderBackAndForth'': Blackadder tricks his friends into thinking he's invented a time machine based on designs by da Vinci. Naturally, since Baldrick built it it works in the most inconvenient manner possible.
14th Jan '18 2:23:19 AM Cranberries
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'' Da Vinci had to be convinced to turn away from being a beatnik to being a true renaissance artist.
1st Dec '17 11:43:18 PM DragonQuestZ
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* RenaissanceMan: The TropeCodifier.

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* RenaissanceMan: The TropeCodifier.He had many arts, from painting, to sketching, to invention ideas.
6th Nov '17 5:52:13 PM JulianLapostat
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! Works by Leonardo
* ''Art/TheLastSupper''
* ''Art/TheMonaLisa''
* ''The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci''
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1st Nov '17 10:09:35 AM mlsmithca
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* WolverinePublicity: A lot of art critics and theorists note that Leonardo tends to get this as a painter/inventor/scholar over that of other great painters, inventors and scientists of the Renaissance. It's often pointed out by more than a few that Leonardo was actually incredibly lazy and procrastinated on his commissions and the reason being less on his brilliance and more because he decided to dabble and try his hand at anything he set his mind to. In other words, Leonardo is not really a successful RenaissanceMan but someone who tried to be one. Compare that to Michelangelo, a poet, a sculptor and a painter. Michelangelo actually left complete works in multiple fields. As a painter, Leonardo was not so prolific with only a few major complete works (admittedly this includes ''The Mona Lisa'' and ''The Last Supper'' so yes, Leonardo does have permission to rest on his laurels). ''{{YMMV}}''

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* WolverinePublicity: A lot of art critics and theorists note that Leonardo tends to get this as a painter/inventor/scholar over that of other great painters, inventors and scientists of the Renaissance. It's often pointed out by more than a few that Leonardo was actually incredibly lazy and procrastinated on his commissions and the reason being less on his brilliance and more because he decided to dabble and try his hand at anything he set his mind to. In other words, Leonardo is not really a successful RenaissanceMan but someone who tried to be one. Compare that to Michelangelo, a poet, a sculptor and a painter. Michelangelo actually left complete works in multiple fields. As a painter, Leonardo was not so prolific with only a few major complete works (admittedly this includes ''The Mona Lisa'' and ''The Last Supper'' so yes, Leonardo does have permission to rest on his laurels). ''{{YMMV}}''
laurels).
31st Oct '17 11:24:44 AM frenchcookie47
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* WolverinePublicity: A lot of art critics and theorists note that Leonardo tends to get this as a painter/inventor/scholar over that of other great painters, inventors and scientists of the Renaissance. It's often pointed out by more than a few that Leonardo was actually incredibly lazy and procrastinated on his commissions and the reason being less on his brilliance and more because he decided to dabble and try his hand at anything he set his mind to. In other words, Leonardo is not really a successful RenaissanceMan but someone who tried to be one. Compare that to Michelangelo, a poet, a sculptor and a painter. Michelangelo actually left complete works in multiple fields. As a painter, Leonardo was not so prolific with only a few major complete works (admittedly this includes ''The Mona Lisa'' and ''The Last Supper'' so yes, Leonardo does have permission to rest on his laurels).

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* WolverinePublicity: A lot of art critics and theorists note that Leonardo tends to get this as a painter/inventor/scholar over that of other great painters, inventors and scientists of the Renaissance. It's often pointed out by more than a few that Leonardo was actually incredibly lazy and procrastinated on his commissions and the reason being less on his brilliance and more because he decided to dabble and try his hand at anything he set his mind to. In other words, Leonardo is not really a successful RenaissanceMan but someone who tried to be one. Compare that to Michelangelo, a poet, a sculptor and a painter. Michelangelo actually left complete works in multiple fields. As a painter, Leonardo was not so prolific with only a few major complete works (admittedly this includes ''The Mona Lisa'' and ''The Last Supper'' so yes, Leonardo does have permission to rest on his laurels).
laurels). ''{{YMMV}}''
27th Oct '17 8:59:06 AM dlchen145
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Leonardo di Ser Piero da Vinci (can we call him Leo?) was an Italian scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and writer. Born in 1452 in Vinci, Italy (hence "da Vinci", i.e. from Vinci). Leonardo apprenticed at the art studio of Verrocchio. According to one legend, when Leonardo and Verrocchio collaborated on a painting, Verrocchio found himself so outclassed by his apprentice that he abandoned art altogether.

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Leonardo di Ser Piero da Vinci (can we call him Leo?) (15 April 1452 2 May 1519) was an Italian scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and writer. Born in 1452 in Vinci, Italy (hence "da Vinci", i.e. from Vinci). Vinci), Leonardo apprenticed at the art studio of Verrocchio.Andrea del Verrocchio at age 14. According to one legend, when Leonardo and Verrocchio collaborated on a painting, Verrocchio found himself so outclassed by his apprentice that he abandoned art altogether.
16th Sep '17 11:17:37 AM Saveelich
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Leonardo di Ser Piero da Vinci (can we call him Leo?) was an Italian scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and writer. Born in 1452 in Vinci, Italy (hence da Vinci, i.e. from Vinci). Leonardo apprenticed at the art studio of Verrocchio. According to one legend, when Leonardo and Verrocchio collaborated on a painting, Verrocchio found himself so outclassed by his apprentice that he abandoned art altogether.

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Leonardo di Ser Piero da Vinci (can we call him Leo?) was an Italian scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and writer. Born in 1452 in Vinci, Italy (hence da Vinci, "da Vinci", i.e. from Vinci). Leonardo apprenticed at the art studio of Verrocchio. According to one legend, when Leonardo and Verrocchio collaborated on a painting, Verrocchio found himself so outclassed by his apprentice that he abandoned art altogether.
31st Aug '17 10:41:10 PM ultimomant
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* In ''Film/EverAfter'', Leonardo is a guest of the royal court of France. He befriends both Prince Henry and Danielle, gives them a lot of assistance and life lessons, and helps start their relationship.


















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* ''WebVideo/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory'': Battled alongside Raphael, Donatello, and Creator/MichelangeloBuonarroti against the Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles.

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* He appears in ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'' and ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedBrotherhood'' as a secondary character. In the first, he's a GadgeteerGenius that helps Ezio by creating Altaïr's lost designs for him. The latter has him forcibly working for the Borgias to create weapons incredibly advanced for their time.[[note]]Although their effectiveness is exaggerated, Leonardo ''did'' create (or at least drew) prototypes of them[[/note]]

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\n* He appears in ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'' and ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedBrotherhood'' as a secondary character. In the first, he's a GadgeteerGenius that helps Ezio by creating Altaïr's lost designs for him. The latter has him forcibly working for the Borgias to create weapons incredibly advanced for their time.[[note]]Although their effectiveness is exaggerated, Leonardo ''did'' create (or at least drew) prototypes of them[[/note]]them.[[/note]]
* In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', Leonardo is summoned as a Caster class servant. Strangely, when he is summoned, his [[GenderBender body becomes a woman]] who looks identical to the Mona Lisa, and he's [[ManIFeelLikeAWoman thoroughly enjoying being a hot chick]] and flirting with men.






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* ''WebVideo/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory'': Battled alongside Raphael, Donatello, and Creator/MichelangeloBuonarroti against the Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles.
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