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RoboticGolem

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Artist // Hobbyist // Digital Art
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Current Residence: My House
Favourite genre of music: Electronica
Operating System: Linux
MP3 player of choice: Blackberry 9780
Shell of choice: Bash
It's nice to be doing this seemingly insignificant challenge.  Every day I model something new.  Doesnt matter what.  Just something.  A single object.  Could be complex, could be simple.  It's gotten me to hone some skills, take some steps in directions I havent gone before.  Only a third of the way done.  Now that I'm submitting stuff on a regular basis, I'll be here more, and wont have 5k+ notifications waiting for me  O.O
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...So I got one of those BlackBerry Z10 things.   It is absolutely crazy amazing. That being said, I need to put it down and start back on my latest robot creation.   Tho I'm having problems with the upper arms...  I just cant think of a way to make them steampunk-ish and have them connect to the shoulder correctly. I'm pretty much done with the body for now, I have to hammer out the details on legs,  and the eyestalk might be redone. If I was building a steampunk robot that was designed for construction, what kind of things would you expect it to be detailed with?
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Been busy with work and working magic with computers.  Havent done as much blendering as I would like. Have any ideas?  Lemme know.   I'm kinda unmotivated, but want to get into it again.
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Thanks a lot for the watch!
thanks for the fav ;)
thanks for the fav!
Of course.  That's a brilliant use of the particle system.  I'd love to see how you did it.  but I just love it as a background
Oh, that´s easy. Use a picture you like and use it to control the velocity of the particles. Then use the same pic to colorize the particles. Have fun! :)