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Tesseract Generator - inked by milleniumsentry Tesseract Generator - inked by milleniumsentry
This is my work Tesseract Generator redone in fine point... I think it is a genuine improvement over the pencilled version and it was a great exercise to boot.

I probably should have taken on something a little less intricate for my first inkwork in a while.. this took a lot more time that expected, but I think it paid off. To date, I don't think I've actually ever seen a tesseract generator... so I guess that is something. lolz.

I hope you all enjoy it!

The original can be found here: [link]
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Spiritofdarkness Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2011
:nod: yeap, it's really cool :)
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PotentiallyKairos Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
This has inspired me..I'm not sure what it has inspired though. Interesting..
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milleniumsentry Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2010
Many thanks. Inspiration is always a good thing. I am glad you enjoyed.
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OutsideFate Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2009  Student Digital Artist
so this is how you make your fractals, eh? xD
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milleniumsentry Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2009
:lol: It's faster when UF draws 'em XD
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OutsideFate Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2009  Student Digital Artist
i can imagine
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TheTriggulator Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2008   Photographer
I can't even imagine how much work was put into this.
Amazing
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SilentTakeshi Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2008
I can't believe I didn't leave a comment when I first favorited this. I guess I figured everything had already been said.

At any rate, this gives the DevArt community as a whole something to aspire to. Excellent work.
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lyc Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2007
and a :+fav: for mad creativity :)

there are other works in your gallery i'd seriously considered, but these were already bookmarked for post-compo fav'ing and i don't wanna go too crazy!
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utarefson670 Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2006
Thats why I prefer squares. All you need is a saw, a block of wood, water level, plane and a reasonably skilled carpenter. This seems much more complicated and I don't think it would fit in my toolbox. ;)

I have to say I like this piece, firstly because of the level of detail, but secondly and more importantly in my mind...how you managed to keep it all neat and proper. It all makes sense, each pipe leads somewhere and each valve and instrument and glass bubble and switch and button....they all look similar and are connected in a very organised fashion.

I just have two questions:
Where does the tesseract pop out?...and
Where is the on/off switch? :yum:

Great work.
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