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Old 03-06-2008, 07:09 AM   #1
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hey yall,
i was trying a cool thing, which is taking a primitive, selecting the object and hitting extrude (turn OFF keep faces together) then repeating the step over and over again with the subsequent shape... its fun
Here are some done with some primitives:

Cube


Cone


Cylinder


plane


a platonic solid


Pyramid


Torus
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Old 03-06-2008, 07:16 AM   #2
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Woah, that's awesome! I'll have to try it out some time…
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yeah, you should

its so simple, but it doesnt look it, haha..
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yeah - i like them - they're cool - i'm wondering what kind of light effects you'd get if you put a light inside.
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Thats pretty cool,
You could have fun making different shaders for those and seeing what effects you could get.
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Nice, its an easy 3D fractal!
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the cube and the plane are the two I liked the best, looks cool though, I like the idea. Sometimes simplicity is the key.
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