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    My sad, pitiful, poor little SuSE background


    http://www.alkalinet.com/surtsey/med...kgrounds/SuSE/

    My first try at anything comprehensible in a 3d program.

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    you must either define sad and pitiful differently than me, or are just setting yourself up to exceed expectation.

    i thought they were pretty good.

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    It looks pretty sleek.

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    Very, very poor modeling.

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    Why did you bother posting it then?!

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    It's a good idea and a decent background. However, complex wireframes tend to strobe which hurts my eyes and sometimes makes me sea-sick.
    OH NOOOOO!!!!!! You did it the way I said?

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    "Why did you bother posting it then?!"

    Well, considering it's the only Linux-oriented material I've made, and considering that it's one of the first comprehensive Max renders I've made, I figured that - past my newbie modeling techniques - it might actually be worth enough to have set as a background for a few days.

    I had it set as my background for a week or two.

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