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What works? Trapped in the Machine? It didn't do anything for me.

You have to scan it with a QR reader on a smart phone. It should take you to a web site.

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I made my name into an Ambigram* and EER helped me fix it up. Then, I took his image and made it into this:

 

BoltBaitName.PNG

 

It still needs to be cleaned up. But, overall, I like it.

*An AMBIGRAM is an image that reads the same right-side-up as up-side-down. Here is one example: 

 

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A well-executed idea! Very clever and nicely done. Great job to both you and EER. You make a great team.

 

I tried creating an ambigram a few times with both my first and last name and failed miserably. 

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Just testing out a new plugin:

Me.png

Yes, that's me. (Ladies, try to contain yourselves! :D )

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@Boltbait - I know - you are just jealous that @EER posted his picture yesterday :D .

 

However, if this is a picture of you ... I must say you look a lot like Kevin Costner  B) 

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Thanks for the warning, BB. I'm not even going to deny that you're a handsome guy. ;)

 

Awesome effects with the new plugin test. I agree with Red that Seurat would've love this plugin. I remember doing an report on him twice--one for art class and one for French class. 

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The font is called Gigi on my system. Not sure where it came from.

 

Nice work on the writing paper Boltbait. I assume you made it yourself in PDN ?

 

I was interested in getting that font so I tried searching for it. All I could find was a reference to it on dafont.com but as a commercially available one , so clicked on the link and got this -

 

http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/letraset/gigi/

 

If you want it you will have to stump up $39.96 (£25.46 British pounds). Not exactly cheap! Maybe it came with the PC if you don`t recall buying it.

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Nice work on the writing paper Boltbait. I assume you made it yourself in PDN ?

You know that's not my style! :D

I just did a google search for notebook paper. (I did edit it to make it smaller though.)

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Nice writing Mr @BoltBait - but you didn't sign the lovely letter so ............ you gonna get loads of socks :D .

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Goonfella, on 20 Nov 2014 - 5:51 PM, said:

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Nice work on the writing paper Boltbait. I assume you made it yourself in PDN ?

You know that's not my style!  :D

I just did a google search for notebook paper. (I did edit it to make it smaller though.) 

 

I bet you could have though. It doesn't look that hard to make.  ;)

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Pretty neat!

 

What she said, but with 'darn' in the middle :) .  Oh - and a BIG thank you too :beer: .  I know this will be very useful to me.

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On 1/29/2015 at 5:01 AM, Goonfella said:

And a very successful test it is too!

I love the motherboard underneath. Yours or stock?

I was trying to simulate what it would look like if you cut the letters out of your screen.

Stock thanks to GIS.

 

Here's another:

SeenThings.png

 

;)

 

 

SeenThings.png

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