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this is pretty cool....

 
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Jun 04, 2009 22:28 |  #1

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=6-HiBDLVzYw (external link)


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Jun 04, 2009 22:32 |  #2

Yes indeed!


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Jun 05, 2009 00:27 |  #3

Pretty cool, but I'll be honest, no way I could sit through the whole thing!


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Jun 05, 2009 01:03 |  #4

wow how long does it take to make the whole thing???


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Jun 05, 2009 08:53 |  #5

haha i'm not sure i stopped at 5 minutes


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Jun 05, 2009 09:05 |  #6

I watched the whole thing. Jeez... can you guys say ADD?

I found it fascinating, and I now know why these things cost so much(at least it helps me rationalize things a bit better, heh)




  
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Jun 05, 2009 10:03 |  #7

3d studio max maybe? Thats alot of work !!!


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Jun 05, 2009 12:08 |  #8

Freaking amazing, makes you appreciate the design & complexity of your gear a little more.


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Jun 05, 2009 12:11 as a reply to  @ squashed's post |  #9

The software used is in the description ;)

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Not too difficult to do, as the individual parts aren't too complex...but it would take a looong time, and is quite impressive to watch


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Jun 05, 2009 12:41 |  #10

cool but long


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Jun 05, 2009 13:01 |  #11

Watched it all. Quite amazing.
Thanks for posting that.
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Jun 05, 2009 13:29 |  #12

Very nice. Thx for sharing.


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Jun 05, 2009 14:04 as a reply to  @ Tigerkn's post |  #13

Very amazing, watched the whole thing. Thanks.


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Jun 05, 2009 18:56 |  #14

try a 1d next time! lol


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