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# 1 20-08-2004 , 11:38 AM
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abstract art

heres something i did pretty quick, and its really simple, but i thought it brought a cool effect.. Im using it as my desktop right now.

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# 2 20-08-2004 , 05:19 PM
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woops, itd be better if i posted a jpeg

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# 3 20-08-2004 , 05:25 PM
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Cant really see much. Or is that the effect?


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# 4 20-08-2004 , 09:38 PM
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yes, its supposed to be dark and erie modern looking

# 5 20-08-2004 , 10:36 PM
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Kinda looks like a chess board user added image

But nice work.


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# 6 21-08-2004 , 02:26 PM
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Looks more like chess pieces, cool effect.


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# 7 21-08-2004 , 02:40 PM
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heres the scene more lit.. so you can see more of what its composed of...

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Originally posted by Billy_Cat
heres the scene more lit.. so you can see more of what its composed of...

Hi,

Sorry, I don't find it that interesting. The unlit one looks like a field of black with some white glows. The lit one reveals some cones and balls.

Is there more to read into this?

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# 9 24-08-2004 , 04:20 AM
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whatever, it is just a bunch of spheres and cones but, it took me like 2 minuits to make and it looks interesting as an abstract desktop, thats all...

btw: why cant i see any pictures on the forums any more... i cant see avatars or buttons or attached pics.. help!

# 10 04-09-2004 , 09:17 PM
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Make sure your options are set correctly, you're in your regular browser and you're logged in. Also: I would like your picture more if you zoomed out just that we could see the upper and lower corner of the object user added image

# 11 08-09-2004 , 02:11 PM
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[MOD EDIT]crits are one thing, being downright rude is another! keep comments like this to yourself and dont swear on the board please!

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sorry for the teamkill mate

# 12 11-09-2004 , 04:23 PM
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jeez, people... now i feel sorry for posting this thread..user added image

# 13 11-09-2004 , 05:50 PM
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Originally posted by Billy_Cat
jeez, people... now i feel sorry for posting this thread..user added image

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Originally posted by Billy_Cat
jeez, people... now i feel sorry for posting this thread..user added image

Aww...I actually think it is not that bad Billy_Cat! user added image I probably could not do something like that in 2 minutes! user added image The best I could probably do is texture a sphere in 2 minutes... :bored: Anyway, I kind of like the effect...I prefer the more lit-up one myself though. user added image


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# 15 13-09-2004 , 05:34 PM
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I find it d'rather interessting work! don't be fooled by what other people like mr. wonderful says... there are allways people that won't understand some artwork... I do must say that I like the second render more...

I wonder tho how you got that metallic look on those objects... donwloaded material or composed by yourself ?

Keep you head up! ...You don't need to put all of your quickwork at sm but if you think it's worthy than go for it...try some new things...maybe spent some more time...in the end you will learn alot from it user added image

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