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QUOTE (neB @ May 10 2008, 11:19 AM)


Can I replace with avatars?

I don't have access to fancy graphics software but PowerPoint and Paint let me do this. (My old PC was crying durring these edits! ;) ) This includes the top eight contributors Sorry Rolf, I told him to draw ten.)


There is also the option that I get my artist to re-do the image but doing characatures of the avatars (Tomi, your avatar will be a challenge).

Maybe a collage of the rest of the avatars in the background?

Could these images be combined with the Volcano image somehow?

I'll gladly supply the original (huge) BMP's to anyone that has better tools for this job.

I'm open to whatever the community thinks.

Just trying to help.


Can I use this picture as avatar? I wonder how this will fit into the supermen's picture.

Confucius says: with courage, there is no fear.

But still... scaaary....... :blink:


PS: just joking.... :shifty:

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Okay, let's throw this idea out there...

How about a combination of the avatar collage idea and LAVA analogy? We could do something similar to this:


But inside a lava lamp:


Using the avatars as the "bubbles"... the colors should show up nicely on black using a clear background?

My artistic knowledge of how to make all of this work ends here :)

PS. The above image is of a USB lava lamp sold here

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QUOTE (Tomi Maila @ May 12 2008, 06:34 PM)

It's a nice shirt, but you will get a broken arrow, it's not executable...

QUOTE (Antoine @ May 15 2008, 11:52 AM)

I like Tomi's T-shirt, i'd just had in the back :

Do you LAVA ?

you could also say:

Just draw it!

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QUOTE (Justin Goeres @ May 28 2008, 05:27 PM)

Please tell me you did that with scripting, and not by hand? :blink:

EDIT: On second thought, I can't decide what I want the answer to be. Doing it via scripting might be even crazier.

He has children...

And it's amazing what they do when they encounter a PC with a mouse

'Look daddy it moves'

'Look daddy your computer likes my drink'


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QUOTE (Michael_Aivaliotis @ May 28 2008, 04:09 AM)

No Photoshop required. Written, Drawn in pure G.


Just put the whole VI diagram on the back of the T-shirt.


How did you get what looks like loops in the wires?


QUOTE (TobyD @ May 28 2008, 11:44 AM)

Did you enjoy etch-a-sketch as a kid?

Etch-a-sketch frustrated me as a kid because I could not render a circle. I really think that Trigonometry is a pre-req for etch-a-sketch use. :rolleyes: Then all the kid has to master is producing a sine wave with one hand and a cosine with the other.


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QUOTE (Justin Goeres @ May 28 2008, 08:27 AM)

Please tell me you did that with scripting, and not by hand? :blink:

EDIT: On second thought, I can't decide what I want the answer to be. Doing it via scripting might be even crazier.

If Michael did use scripting to move wires around and line them up, that would be very cool. Definitely looks more like some awesome Etch-A-Sketch action. We are going to have to start a gallery just for Block Diagram Etch-A-Sketch drawings.

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Nice one, Michael...

How about this one:


QUOTE (Michael_Aivaliotis @ May 28 2008, 07:02 PM)

Can anyone figure it out?

My guess would be using an old version of LabVIEW (as can be seen by the toolbar) which does not prevent this.

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