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Submitter:  rolpho - More Photos from rolpho  
Last Update: 14-Mar-2005 Hits: 8891 Rating: 7.36 (22 votes)Comments: 15 posts
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Agnus 
Re: cubic AOS part II
Posted on 14-Mar-2005 7:38:12
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Looks Great!

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Framiga 
Re: cubic AOS part II
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Nice indeed


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Looks fantastic, much more better than the original!


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Now thats just great!


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Yeah I like this too.

The only thing I'd say is the boing ball looks almost superimposed on. It doesn't seem to fit quite right with the colouring of the cubes, too bright maybe (Like the chequered white/red thing going on). I'd also like to see one without the boing ball.

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herewegoagain 
Re: cubic AOS part II
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I'd also like to see one without the boing ball.


Me too...

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Very nice look


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Oh yeah...

Love it .


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DethKnight 
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Without the boing ball, *BUT* with the boing ball reflection still in the pedestal

as if the ball were higher in the air and just out of frame to the top



{or alternately, what if you "knocked" the boing ball down into the lowest portion of the terrain just to the upper right in the photo?}


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TrebleSix 
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Yeah that's nice.


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Rudei 
Re: cubic AOS part II
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Yay! We got it! Well done Martin.


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scala47 
Re: cubic AOS part II
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Looks good...... But the Boing Ball has too many checkers................remove at least one on every row going down, or make the checkers very slightly bigger.............and make the reds on the Ball a little darker, and tilt the Ball so it looks more like the One on the OS3.9 box

Otherwise............awesome pic.

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AmigaClyde 
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Yes! That's super.
Is it possible to get it in 1024X768 format?
I'd use it as backdrop.


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rolpho 
Re: cubic AOS part II
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Thanx for your opinions!
Gush, my 2ghz amd64 is sweating with volumetrics & radiosity - I'll try to make some more in the future...
As fo scaling down - maybe just try to scale it with any image viewer ATM - sorry -I have no room in the net to put x versions of it


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Re: cubic AOS part II
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It is very nice but I also, would like one without the boing ball


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Re: cubic AOS part II
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It is very nice but I also, would like one without the boing ball


Yes, I very much like this one. But I don't see why every desktop on here has
to have that damn boing ball in it. I mean every windows or macintosh desktop
won't have a logo on it. I think the red and white checker was more then
enough of a hint that it was amiga. Awww well, cool none the less.

Drew

 
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Re: cubic AOS part II
Posted on 1-Sep-2005 12:59:26
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A very GOOD image that would be a GREAT one without the boing ball!

Please please render this again Rolpho?

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Very nice background, similar to MorphOS one.


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i absolutely love it!..new wallpaper on my Notebook from now on


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