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Description: Another render from me. Somehow the Boing Ball just seems to have grown arms :-) More resolutions at my website: http://amiga.roomies.dk


Submitter:  Englyst - More Photos from Englyst  
Last Update: 12-Apr-2005 Hits: 7030 Rating: 7.91 (11 votes)Comments: 13 posts
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Wow! Really nice idea... especially since a lot more Amigas are networked these days, it seems kind of apt


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Thanks. That was exactly what I thought.. Ought to put a RJ45 plug on one end of the arms..

Last edited by Englyst on 12-Apr-2005 at 01:58 PM.


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Nice one, but they look like sata cables to me !!


now this weeks backdrop


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I like this one too.

FuZion.

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Looks great! What do you use for your renders?


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I use Lightwave 8.01.


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A Boingball in surgery?

Nicely rendered


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when I first looked at it I thought: "Boing Matrix"!


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ok, WOW !!!

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Wow! Alright, an octopus Boing Ball.


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Scary!


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One cell nucleus with axon and dentries in a Boing Neural Network - BNN (TM), that's what it is!
I like it!

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Kinda reminds me of the scenes at the end of Beneath A Steel Sky.

Be vigilant


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Now that's certainly different.
Amiga Borg?

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"I am the borg"...

That's certainly UNIQUE ! I like it !

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Hello

Awesome, splendid work !


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It's kewl but I immediately thought of companies siphoning the blood out of our beloved.

Missed the networking at first.

Looks like a lot of time and care went into this. Definitely a keeper !


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