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    Default October 2011 scribble

    Larry a.k.a wizard509

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    Default Re: October 2011 scribble

    This is the first thing that I thought of when I looked at the scribble.

    Even though a mammogram is uncomfortable they do save lives. And now that I have made my public service announcement On with the scribbling!

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    Default Re: October 2011 scribble

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    Guy -

    I love these tools

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    Just starting with this one....

    Thanks, Larry

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    James

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    Default Re: October 2011 scribble

    Interesting Frances, I never even thought of that possibility.
    Good one Guy, an Ace of spades.
    james, great as usual!
    Thanks guys and gal,you did well.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

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    Default Re: October 2011 scribble

    Decided to do a 3D one Not sure what it is but I used the scribble!

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    Default Re: October 2011 scribble



    Here's an animated one...

    James

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    Excellent job Frances
    James I don't know what that is but it sure is cool! Would make a neet automobile hubcap.
    You both are doing great things with Blender and are a real inspiration to me.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

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    Default Re: October 2011 scribble

    Thanks, Larry!

    I thought Frances' image/object looked like something someone loading buckshot might have at their side in order to drop the pellets in...of course, hers is the designer version. It always amazes me that a computer (and software, of course) can make objects that look so much like they actually "exist" in a 3D world.

    Re: What I made

    Yeah, I don't know what it is. I took your shape and brought it into Blender and that led me to those 16 metal brackets that have (on the inside) your Scribble. Since they made a nice "holder" for something circular, I decided to drop a mirrored torus in there. That was the original that I posted above. While looking at it, it seemed to want to be animated, so I then made that shape in the center that looks kind of like it has little metal spines going to each of the brackets and then with some mylar/metallic "skin" stretched over it. Once that was done, it seemed like something was missing. Your logo became "that thing".

    Glad you liked it.

    When I get a chance, I'm gonna try Frances' 3D challenge that she posted. Great idea...

    In whatever medium we are working in, we all, always have the potential to be inspiring. (we might not even know/notice it)

    Peace

    James
    Last edited by ODdOnLifeItself; 03 October 2011 at 09:23 PM.

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    Default Re: October 2011 scribble

    Yes James, I am working on Franceses challenge also. Doing it in Xara flash though since it is the only thing I know at the moment.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

    Never give up. You will never fail, but you may find a lot of ways that don't work.

 

 

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