Break Through Balls by skiwillgee ()
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Just a doodle that took 26 hours to render; hence the small dimensions.
It isn't supposed to be anything or mean anything, just a time waster that I hope was worth your viewing. Thanks everyone.
Image Comments (17)
jocko500 () 11:17PM | Tue, 26 February 2008
I like this very much. got texture and something I never saw before. but on the moon lol. That what it look like to me moon land with those balls on it
buzz-69 () 11:40PM | Tue, 26 February 2008
definately not a time waster and also definately worth viewing ;) strange but very cool art and quite addictive to stare at too ;) nice one!!!!
photostar () 7:27AM | Wed, 27 February 2008
Well, if this was a time waster, it surely did you proud. Very unusual and different in design. Do some more 'time wasters.'...lol
vangogh () 8:43AM | Wed, 27 February 2008
Very nicely done....but it can't be a time waster....cause it has got my brain thinking about possibilities of my own time waster!
moonrancher () 11:19AM | Wed, 27 February 2008
You've got me thinking just what that doodle might look like. This is very interesting! Besides, where would we be if we couldn't pretend sometimes we were wasting time. Funny you should see it that way.
moonhawk () 2:08PM | Wed, 27 February 2008
Looks like a photo of deep space taken by the Hubble telescope - terrific image!
AnnieD () 10:04PM | Wed, 27 February 2008
Very interesting and different..reminds me of a raging sea.
Burpee () 4:44PM | Wed, 05 March 2008
What a cool creation. I'm with Froggy...looks like something through a microscope.
sazzart () 10:38PM | Fri, 07 March 2008
LOL. I'm with Froggy & Burpee. thought you'd get a laff on the beer/makeup ad.
ecurbsemaj () 7:23PM | Tue, 18 March 2008
Sometimes the "time wasters" turn out to be some of the best pieces. The art of it is that everybody sees something different. Definitely worth looking at more than once. Great work.