Not a robot, not a monster...


(IamInnocent) #1

Even this is possible in Blender.

Say what you think.
http://pages.infinit.net/bobois/recoupe2.jpg


(S68) #2

Cool somewhat organic calyce :slight_smile: …

I think you must be extremely carefull when drinking
because of those four dents and because it looks infinitely thin and hence veeerrrryy cutting edges up there 8)

If it is not a calyce and it is a machine gun then I must have
to tune up monitor gamma.

Stefano


(pofo) #3

If a tree falls in the forrest and that which it falls on is neither a monster, nor a robot. Does it really fall?
And if no, would the monster/robot still be grateful?
If yes, then the monster/robot will go out into the world and multiply. Monsters tend to have trouble with this since they need to find a bride. Robots on the other hand, being part computer, multiply with great ease.

Nice pic.

  1. pofo

(blengine) #4

interesting…oh man, refracttion would do that pic so much more justice =)


(Bapsis) #5

I dunno man, it looks quite a bit like a robotic monster to me!!! :wink: But it still looks great, no matter what your calling it!!!

Matt

Blend on, and blend well!!!