Re: computer vs freehand drawing (II)

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Posted by  Per Corell on September 30, 2002 at 12:22:32:

In Reply to:  Re: computer vs freehand drawing (II) posted by Zeid on September 09, 2002 at 07:47:25:

Now you start talking about Art in another direction, somthing that easyli can be added a building generator with the tools present. All tricks with paintbrush and oil demanding airbrush compressors are troubles you asked for yourself.
There are as many artists as people ;))
Now I tell you, that this is just part of what's possible ,you allway's had the creative process, a shovel is a shovel if new visions car build in steps then what ; you can distribuate ligh in spots into the surface of a building, controlling small colored light spots, showing a graphic on the outside of a building, Fast data glass wires don't need to be so expensive, and placing a graphic is no problem digital. You could even have a robot, place a micro yellow dot, on exactly "this" xy on the plane this building face form.
Quality is allway's needed to make a workable thing ,this is why I will think it will be sifficult to judge between those that will be then. Anyway quality show, and if you choce somthing that is good, ----but. Tnen you get somthing ,that is good, ----but ;))
I don't know about Icons, as in a huge framework structure unique structures will occour if the idear of being allowed to build in the lower structure, are if you build a size, that will carry a tower anywhere.

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