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Empty Plastic Cup (Clear) - Draft

December 15, 2009
By Noshabora GOLD, St. Cloud, Florida
Noshabora GOLD, St. Cloud, Florida
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Favorite Quote:
"Poetry and art are when you take decades of thought and condense it into a nifty little portable carrying case that people can see and go 'Oooh, Ahh'... and then forget about it. But what does it matter, so long as YOU remember it?" ~ Bela

I feel that it should be made clear and understood here that I did not use a standard "graphics" program for any of the "draft" images I ever post. What I mean by "draft" is that they were made in my drafting class during my free time, on a program called Solid Works. It is NOT the same thing as graphics programs, in that Solid Works is a tool used by drafters and mechanical engineers in order to virtually "build" machine parts, and then test them for weaknesses, before ever having to commit to making them in real life. This saves them time and money, because if the part turns out badly, they can start over. Objects I have created in Solid Works are basically made by drawing up blueprints for the items in question, with exact measurements and degrees. pieces that have joints or parts must be created in several separate files and then assembled manually inside the program, in such a way that the joints and parts function together.

I'm... not really sure why I did this. I drew three different Plastic cups, shorty after drafting a kleenex box. I got bored, I suppose.

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