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    Check this out

    http://www.wimdelvoye.be/gothicworks.php#

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/7706018@N03/1462005107/

    Poke around the links at the top. I'd love to get this guys work but I think I'd need a bigger machine!!!

    Cheers,
    Doug
    I design, engineer and program all sorts of things.

    Oh, and I use Adobe Illustrator with an Epilog Mini.

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    The sculptures are cool.
    Word of warning... Many of the X-Ray photos are... um.... X Rated.
    Scott Challoner
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Challoner View Post
    The sculptures are cool.
    Word of warning... Many of the X-Ray photos are... um.... X Rated.
    Nice way to double/triple/quadrupal the clicks on 'that' link..
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    Thats what I was thinking about Bill, the only problom is that I couldnt find the umm...x-ray photos.
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    Think Linda Lovelace... Theirs one there somewhere!.. Not that I was....Ahh nevermind..
    Epilog 24TT(somewhere between 35-45 watts), CorelX4, Photograv(the old one, it works!), HotStamping, Pantograph, Vulcanizer, PolymerPlatemaker, Sandblasting Cabinet, and a 30 year collection of Assorted 'Junque'

    Every time you make a typo, the errorists win

    I Have to think outside the box.. I don't fit in it anymore


    Experience is a wonderful thing.
    It enables you to recognize a mistake when you make it again.


    Every silver lining has a cloud around it




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