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    Default Re: First-Ever Organzied Chaotic Free-For-All Competition/Collaboration

    hope your feeling a lot better now gary...

    well infinite are the ways of doing art

    xara designer pro 8 - one brush plus a couple of ellipses - it's only a detail, the original is sorta big - you have to look at the attachment to see the 'skeletal structure effect', it smudges out in the thumbnail

    oifficial title 'hands up!'

    @Rik - oh very good, it would drive me round the bend trying to do something like that - give me impressionism or surrealism any day, but you are so good at it

    all good stuff
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    Here are three that I put together. I have attached a file if anyone would like to play with it.
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    I like this one. Very creative what the mirror effect.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gare View Post
    I think you're all coming up with good ideas! I suggest that because we're not frantically trying to meet any deadlines, think this "Infinity" stuff through, take time to assure quality results=visual communications at its best, and do post often! An infinite number of times, in fact!

    Here's something for everyone to consider: A Mobius strip is impossible in 3 dimensions, it has no beginning and no end, and yet it can change color at some point. How about a small character trying to travel this infinite road? Or something else?

    I think the only way to really express Infinite is through a quantum mechanics approach. Also consider the Klein bottle, a physically impossible vessel in our 4D space—height, width, depth, and time...only time we have no control over but we do move through it.

    Yeah, this is heady sh...stuff , but so is infinity, and I don't want to bore you!

    Why not approach a subject as surreal as some of your drawings? Make your talent fit the assignment!

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    You think this is tough? Imagine you're Barbara and live with me 24/7!!

    -g

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    Very Cool Rik. Its been a while.

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    Default Re: First-Ever Organzied Chaotic Free-For-All Competition/Collaboration

    handrawn, Paul—great posts! Let's keep the momentum. When you think of an idea, draw it and come back later if necessary.

    I like the personal thought, Handrawn!

    It's half past 11pm here and this one must retire and refresh. This infinity thing can take a lot outa ya!

    Love the stuff, people!

    My Best,

    Gary

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    Default Re: First-Ever Organzied Chaotic Free-For-All Competition/Collaboration

    Here's a Klein bottle I drew one Christmas a good few years ago now. I revisited the original and ironed out a few creases and thought I'd post it again.
    Bob.
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    ** Detailed "Create A Spinning Logo Tutorial" is available in .pdf format for download at this link **
    Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read. Groucho Marx.

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    Default Re: First-Ever Organzied Chaotic Free-For-All Competition/Collaboration

    Quote Originally Posted by Psaumure View Post
    Here are three that I put together. I have attached a file if anyone would like to play with it.
    Excellent, Paul. Just excellent.

    Featured Artist on Xara Xone . May 2011
    . A Shield . My First Tutorial
    . Bottle Cap . My Second Tutorial on Xara Xone

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamtheblues View Post
    Here's a Klein bottle I drew one Christmas a good few years ago now. I revisited the original and ironed out a few creases and thought I'd post it again.
    Bob.
    That's a GREAT idea, Bob.

    I hope you don't mind a bit of feedback.
    To me, the fluid would would cover the bottom part of the bottle as well.
    So, if you adjust that, I think it will be perfect.

    Featured Artist on Xara Xone . May 2011
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    . Bottle Cap . My Second Tutorial on Xara Xone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gare View Post
    A Mobius strip is impossible in 3 dimensions
    Also consider the Klein bottle, a physically impossible vessel in our 4D space—height, width, depth, and time
    Gare, a Möbius strip is possible in 3D, perhaps you meant 2D?
    Our 4D is 3D+time: space-time. Mathematical 4D is different, and in that, a Klein bottle comfortably sits.

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    I'v always wanted a Koch Snowflake, but ever time i print one and try to cut it out christmas has passed.
    The perimeter is infinite, the area is finite.

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    Acorn - My current Xara software: XDPX365, XDPX11 (32/64-bit), WD365 Premium, XPGD10, X3D7 and lots of licences back through time (to CC's Artworks)

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    Rik, I took the coward's way out and just emptied the bottle!
    Edit; looking at the file sizes of the 2 graphics I uploaded, it would seem that the bottle originally contained 8kb of liquid.
    Bob.
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