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Uploaded: 01/13/04 8:08 PM GMT
Balin
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3dsm/photoshop... I'm recycling old stuff^^ lol

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::CaptainHero
01/13/04 8:22 PM GMT
Great image. I like the colours.
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"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts." Bertrand Russell
::grimbug
01/13/04 9:17 PM GMT
its like the inner mechanised workings of some some sort nightmare or the subconcious of an andoid.... do androids dream of electric horror? fantastic stuff... such a high level of detail.....its something i truely admire of all your work.. and aspire to in my own! thank Caedes for Cain!..:D
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- "I dont have my own opinions, i just get them from books i read"
+Cain
01/13/04 11:58 PM GMT
thanks very much captain^^

grim : woah^^Thanks so much. lol, it's an interesting question.^^ you should read Isaac Asimov books. fantastic storry about robots...^___^ Although, when I made this, I did not think about robots... I have more more an industrial feel about this, which is not so far from your own thoughts about androids, when I think about it^^
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::grimbug
01/14/04 12:40 AM GMT
i do read Asimov. rate him very highly.. im very much into my sci-fi especially authors like Philip K dick 'do androids dream of electric sheep'.. which in turn became 'Bladerunner' androids indeed... :D
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- "I dont have my own opinions, i just get them from books i read"
+Samatar
01/14/04 2:16 AM GMT
I agree with Grimbug, it does indeed look like an electric nightmare... as for Philip K Dick, was that guy not the loopiest author ever? "Androids" was just bizarre... and have you read "Ubik"? Like I said... loopy. Personally my favorite sci fi novel is "A fall of moondust" by Arthur C Clarke, I stayed up until 3 am reading because I just had to know how it ended.
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-Everyone is entitled to my opinion-
+Cain
01/14/04 9:51 AM GMT
lol, I'm afraid I don't know who is Philip K Dick. I' don't usually read sci fi. (I'm more into the 'gothic thing^^) I'm just addicted to Asimov's because of a friend. lol. But I will take a look to these author's books^^...

And thanks Sam^^
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Frelu
01/14/04 6:30 PM GMT
loool this friend's it's not me??
Nice image Lulu il like it a lot..

So samatar you like Arthur c clarke did you read 2001,2010,2061,3001 ???
If no y can tell you they are great ;-)

Frelu
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Sous le soleil, toutes choses doivent finir un jour / Under the sun, all things must finish one day ( Legolas Lord of the rings )
::JOHANNA
01/18/04 4:48 PM GMT
Beautiful old stuff,agree with CaptainHero.
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carpe diem.
+Cain
01/18/04 6:58 PM GMT
lo, yes, double thanks then, Luc!! and thanks too Joost^^
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Chamaelon
01/30/04 9:38 PM GMT
i love how the purple in the middle contrasts with the reds and oranges...very nice ^^;;
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"Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it." ~Confucius
+Cain
01/31/04 2:36 PM GMT
thanks very much Chamaelon^^
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kileychristine
02/01/04 3:08 AM GMT
Wow Cain, what a powerful, beautiful image.
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Cheers!!!
Orta
06/01/05 8:18 AM GMT
Cain is once again living up to his name
may the gods be with you
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the end will come and The shadows will rule once more
nigel_inglis
10/05/05 11:16 AM GMT
Very awsome.
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Anything worth doing, is worth doing well. Check this out!
.DERAIN
07/27/07 11:39 AM GMT
Reminds me of my idea of an atomic reactor's consciousness/conscience.......strong image and like the glass shards effect
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