WOW! You all are Amazing!


#1

I have to give it to you all! Breathtaking works of art. My god, I am blown away. Most of the time I can’t even believe that all the work here is made on computers!! So Real! Great Great Jobs Everyone!

I can’t even draw a straight line and so am in awe of the work here…each and everyone of them.

I just found this site by chance and boy am I glad I did.

Love to admire all the art. Hope you guys don’t mind if I just see the art!


#2

puffs up chest, speaks in really manly voice

Well, Its about time somebody stroked my ego. Hell I am the best there is, I can draw better than all the masters combined, model photorealistically in minutes, and I…I…

*looks at own work … *

Oh, nevermind, I suck…damn.:cry:

:shrug:

Well, I hope I can make frontpage some day, but probably not.

Thnx for the ego stroke regardless.:smiley:


#3

Isn’t it impossible to draw a perfect straight line?


#4

Originally posted by Cyborg Corp.
Isn’t it impossible to draw a perfect straight line?

Not necessarily. You could always draw it with molecules. With a pencil you’re pretty much screwed, though.


#5

Originally posted by timothyD
Not necessarily. You could always draw it with molecules. With a pencil you’re pretty much screwed, though.

Yeah… but they are still slighty spherical… and have those annoying electorns whizzing around on their outside… they would really screw with your line…


#6

I’d say maybe a stream of photons would be a good way to go about it…

Other than that, in reference to the original subject - well, yeah, I pretty much rock… Thanks, but there’s no need to rub it in like that, some people might be offended :stuck_out_tongue:


#7

Since I was born, all I knew was kicking ass. Kicking ass at everything.


#8

"Isn’t it impossible to draw a perfect straight line? "

Try drawing the perfect circle freehand,I heard somewhere that some chinese or japanese artist’s spend most of their life trying to draw the perfect circle.
Ohh and I have no ego as I am not worthy of one just yet,but when I do get one I will become unbearable…he,he.

jud


#9

Yeah, I can tell ya, it’s lonely at the top :stuck_out_tongue:


#10

Fanboy alert! :eek:


#11

Originally posted by timothyD
Not necessarily. You could always draw it with molecules. With a pencil you’re pretty much screwed, though.

you would have to freeze them to 0 degrees kelvin, or else the molecules would move all the time and move toward each other. Actually those electrons Jhavna is talking about move so fast that they form a perfect sphere for the human eye.


#12

Originally posted by jud
[B]"Isn’t it impossible to draw a perfect straight line? "

Try drawing the perfect circle freehand,I heard somewhere that some chinese or japanese artist’s spend most of their life trying to draw the perfect circle.
Ohh and I have no ego as I am not worthy of one just yet,but when I do get one I will become unbearable…he,he.

jud [/B]

I studied Technical Illustration at college, pre-computer days and we spent hundreds of hours practicing drawing freehand ellipses.
Also had an all day lesson on sharpening your pencil!!!


#13

Clanger you dident goto Wisbech add do tech illustration did you…I remember doing the same thing there (though it was only for 2-3 hours)


#14

mushroomgod: I went to Croydon Art College, they had a tech Illustration course for a while. I’m sure I worked with some people who went to Wisbech though, forgotten their names.


#15

You guys are strange. I have been lining up photons since I was 3…


#16

Ahh… Thank you newcomer… What if we just had a one dimensional line? That would do it… But make sure it is in a one dimensional plane…


#17

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