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Old 18-02-2010, 03:30 AM   #1
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So to get things started I'll just post a couple quick screenshots I put together.
First, cause I was watching speed skating, Canada won a silver!!:attn:
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Old 18-02-2010, 03:32 AM   #2
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And second, something abstract. Of course these are just quick little things. I'll spend some time on something a bit more interesting, with proper lighting.
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not sure i quite see the first picture properly

what are those planes behind the skater?
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i think they are for showing speed, like swoosh lines or somesuch
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this is pretty difficult with just 50 primitives. its an interesting one
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Yeah, they're swoosh thingies, I did it in about 5-10 minutes. It was just an example, but didn't work terribly well. Ah well. Unfortunately I've had a family emergency and won't be able to finish this battle. Good luck to everyone else.
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oh what? that sucks!!

oh well... hope everything comes out good for you
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Originally posted by stwert
Yeah, they're swoosh thingies, I did it in about 5-10 minutes. It was just an example, but didn't work terribly well. Ah well. Unfortunately I've had a family emergency and won't be able to finish this battle. Good luck to everyone else.

Yikes, didn't know that. Hope all goes well.
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Thanks guys, I'm back in town now. Sorry I had to quit, but you know family takes precedence. Anyway, I'll start a thread in the finished work forum for all the final entries.
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