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Old 05-08-2003, 06:50 PM   #1
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i did not know what to do today, so i made this image. as the original idea of that is from escher, i just call it "tribute to escher". i doubt it is good enough for gallery - too simple

had some fun with duplicating, fog, and dof.
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nice work.
a fly through animation would be neat.
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Its simple, but nice. I like it. Id put it in my gallery.
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Originally posted by Blinn
nice work.
a fly through animation would be neat.
i dont think so - i had to create even more cubes. for this still it is not enough. slight mistakes on the borders. and the still took a long time - i am on my notebook, as that is the only computer i can take to the usa when i fly the 15th to immigrate and marry my fiancée.

but thanks that you like it
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Originally posted by I-Iybrid
Its simple, but nice. I like it. Id put it in my gallery.
go ahead, put it in your gallery. i still need to learn much much more before i can start a gallery of myself :p
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Yea, one problem there Duck. I dont have a gallery :p I was just saying, IF I had a gellery.
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hey babyduck it's not bad as an abstract piece!

maybe toning down the fog a little mite help a bit but I really like it

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Originally posted by Pure_Morning
hey babyduck it's not bad as an abstract piece!

maybe toning down the fog a little mite help a bit but I really like it

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thanks, i will see what i can do. but as i am in the middle of packing my stuff - not sure if i find much time for maya. and to not work on it for ever and ever - i just posted it in finished work.

i know it is not as good as i want it to look - but i learned a lot about dof and fog.

in the original the fog is even stronger. have a lookat:
http://socr.uwindsor.ca/~murphy/mce.html
and look for "cubic space division" from 1952
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