Message - Re: Per! Here's your LEGO !

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Posted by  Per Corell on November 22, 2002 at 23:44:45:

In Reply to:  Per! Here's your LEGO ! posted by Peter on November 22, 2002 at 15:35:58:

I like this thing ;))
True , when I first saw this picture, I was astonished somone dare do this , from my point of view obvious subtracting of elements, to form an exiting building body.
Guess this work double , with the tradisional box shape , the box shaped subtractions and proberly somone knowingmore about this than I, the resulting image, when the outher surfaces of the building, are this much designed with the charecter of a mesh like surface, -- no wonder for you that I fail words, but here I acturly find this building exiting , different and exp the details where building parts are being subtracted , -------- well being ingnorat about this much else, I have to admit that this is somhow on the right track.
Detail, form and impression all work exiting.

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