Wow. Just wow. That amount of detail led me to think it was a digital creation, which in itself would have been amazing. The fact alone that is has six legs instead of the generic four really sets it apart from your average table. The detailing on the legs and the trim of the "table" part is what captured my heart and my favorite.
That alone would have been an awesome sculpture, but you took the extra step and added ornaments and keys and (my favorite) clocks hanging down from the table, which I would have never thought of doing. Those added details really gave it the futuristic feel that I really enjoy.
Now, for the top. The detail is great, and I really like those colored circle windows (forgive me if that's not what they are!) but then I thought to myself, "If this is a table, how would I be able to put anything on it?" Which led me to wonder if that part was a part of the table, or added decorations for the photograph.
Last part, I promise! I felt I must say something about the background. I think you made an excellent choice! I'm guessing you took the picture with a green screen maybe (?) and the background was added digitally, so I must say that I'm really glad you did that and didn't have just a plain ol' background. It really created a nice feel to the picture.
Argh, sorry for the insanely long critique. And excellent job once again!
So *if* in a few years I had a child and would rather have it play with this than with a doll house (that was made from plastic that gave some poor coal miner somewhere lung cancer, then was crafted in a sweat shop with the subliminal intention to re-enforce idiotic gender roles and racist ideas) would you make another perhaps?
Yeah that's about right. I just meant I had been thinking it was several feet high rather than about 2 feet high. (Actually, when you said 30 inches, I was thinking it was smaller than a foot. I got confused haha I'm not good with measurements sometimes.)