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Dystopian Square Soda

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201 Images, Last upload Apr 13, 2010

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Another very old freebie item that started out as a joke... and then it evolved and become much more involved with more than a dozen textures contributed by several artists. The square soda can concept came from an idea to save on storage, but apparently the physics doesn't allow this to work very well.

Just posting up some old freestuff items I have to establish proof of ownership, just in case anyone else decides to create a copy and sell it.

Thank you very much for viewing this.
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Moebius87 - Dystopian Square Soda
February 14, 2009
Science Fiction
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Feb 14, 2009 11:38:27 am
a very cool render. i didnt know the cans could open.

by alpha102039 Homepage »

Feb 14, 2009 12:07:23 pm
Sure the cans can. :) Not much good to have a soda if you can slurp the goodness out of them. One thing they do not do is deform when crushed. Way too involved for a freebie.

by Moebius87 Homepage »

Feb 14, 2009 12:21:47 pm
nice Image, good idea:)

by Svenart Homepage »

Feb 14, 2009 12:40:17 pm
Most excellent work!!!

by 45Cool Homepage »

Feb 14, 2009 12:58:00 pm
Excellent work, Moe.

(As I said in my post in the forum regarding the "console", I think the other product was clearly influenced by yours. Especially the presence of circles in the graphics on the screens, not to mention the overall copper hue of the screen graphics. I guess you can't prove absolutely that the other product stole from yours, but I can't help but acknowledge what I see as obvious influences, IMHO.)

by amapitodd Homepage »

Feb 14, 2009 2:26:38 pm
I remember these. Great work as usual...

by pakled Homepage »

Feb 14, 2009 2:46:20 pm
Thankfully. Selling something which is available for free does not really work. Still might catch out someone new to the hobby. An excellent freebie.

by Roboman28 Homepage »

Feb 14, 2009 3:50:04 pm
I really want a soda right now (Mountain Dew, of course)... Keen freebie...

by leoshades Homepage »

Feb 14, 2009 8:09:20 pm
I always thought the shape would be just brill for storage...but there you go...the best laid plans of mice and men !
I hope nobody tries to rip this off or anything else...
Anyhow Moe, the Square Soda is a perfect match for a Square meal...hehe !

by jif3d Homepage »

Feb 15, 2009 7:36:04 am
Cool render and presentation, what a fabulous freebie.

by Biffowitz Homepage »

Feb 16, 2009 1:55:37 am
Ill decide on the demonade, i feel kind of develish lately, feels good

by Django Homepage »

Feb 26, 2009 7:16:21 pm
whos swiping your stuff ill hunt um down and hurt um

by ObsidianLogic Homepage »

Mar 6, 2009 10:05:05 am
cool concept..

by zoren Homepage »

Apr 13, 2009 8:01:04 pm
Great cans set. Square design is cool.

by M2A Homepage »

Apr 22, 2009 9:28:30 pm
Excellent perspective. Looks superb !!! Congrats for the 200th upload :)

by kasalin Homepage »

May 7, 2009 4:44:26 pm
Hey Moe...Dystopia is just NOT the same without the soda! Does it come in chicken-cola flavour? (don't ask)

by Madbat Homepage »

Jul 6, 2009 5:42:48 pm
There are probably a variety of manufacturing issues involved here, too. But, like the long available square glasses, for storage, you'd think that makes a lot of sense. Wonderful variety of textures here that really make this project come alive.

by pixeltek Homepage »

Feb 24, 2010 10:54:05 pm
Great stuff, as always. It's been awhile, my friend. Hope all's well in Bangkok.

by kukri Homepage »

Apr 13, 2010 2:44:13 am
Just an update... the cans can now deform!

by Moebius87 Homepage »


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