Strange Behavior (Illustration) Entry: Lauri Tuulik

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  10 October 2007
I lik ethe atmosphere, and work
  10 October 2007
thanx still some work left but ill get there...somehow.
  10 October 2007
Looks great! Go on with it and good luck!
  10 October 2007
wow I like your style man and the idea too.

also I like the way that you add the texture to the sketch and the outline.
wish u the best luck.
  10 October 2007
thanx all
the texture like brushing was my first try-out here and it came out ok i did spend some time figuring out how can i make the brush do what i need-and want but finally i got quite ok result. well on whit the colors now.

cheers and best luck all!
  11 November 2007
Final Image: how

well after tweaking a little bit more, heres the final image. And here comes the story too-

....well what can i do. you see there are 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 possible combinations to solve it and the most amazing thing is that currently one person has done it in 16.5 seconds. You know in order me to do it is just try and learn the inside secrets on HOW it works!..... well well, if only he could understand the fact that strangely he has a Rubik´s Cube that only has one color on it, if only he could understand it before he has spent too much time working on it. strange, but kind of sad!

P.S. - "Easiest color to solve on a Rubik's Cube? black. Simply remove all the little colored stickers on the cube, and each side of the cube will now be the original color of the plastic underneath - black. According to the instructions, this means the puzzle is solved."
- Steve Rubenstein
  11 November 2007
I just have a small remark: the cube as shown in the paper in front of him, should be a real (proper) Rubik's cube right? The colors are not correct. For example the square in the corner has the same color on all three sides, so it can never be solved either.

So both his own cube and the cube in the instructions are wrong! this is never going to get solved! haha

Great drawing though, congrats on finishing it!
  11 November 2007
hi simonjaap
you know your 100% right on it! but what is the strange behaviour then, even the drawing is wrong! im in shame that i didnt looked it over, well knowledge/experience comes in time, i will make a correction on it. thanx for pointing it out, best luck!
  11 November 2007
Hey Lauri, really cool image!! I like a lot the ambient on the scene, and the "columns" of books are a great touch on the concept. The design of the "doc" character is great!! The spider web gives the idea that the character has been trying to solve the cube for months!! really great touch!! Congratulations for this great concept and good luck!! Cheers!!
  11 November 2007
thank you ferx for kind words - you are in my friends circle and peaople i know who has said somthing about the picture The first one to point out that the spiderwebbish thing in a celing says that he has been there for a long time you noticed it, cool! thanx againg and big cheers right back to you too!!!
  11 November 2007
The whole scene is very serene,and those spiderwebs are as well.
Although his behaviour seems to be a little bit rediculous ,
but he reminds me of some serious scholars doing their research,
even though no other ones in this world understand what the hell he is researching.
Nice painting.

And your avatar is pretty cool and I really like it.
  11 November 2007
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