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Strong coffee
Strong coffee
fluid experiment, no externals used. Constructive comments will be highly appreciated

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blade_in_exile blade_in_exile
great cracking effect
Govan Govan
yello_piggy yello_piggy
marcoballistic marcoballistic
very good
DaVinci DaVinci
Very nice!
Stevster Stevster
There should probably be more broken pieces but it looks like a winner to me! Nice!
Heinlein Heinlein
TofuTheGreat TofuTheGreat
The only thing bugging me i sthe chips on the plate. They just look off for some reason. The liquid in the cup is cool though! Great colors.
billtvshow billtvshow
pretty nice entry
samuelb samuelb
Nice... very very nice
ReyRey ReyRey
Mir Mir
Vlad Vlad
Excelleent concept.
Crowned Crowned
jad3 jad3
vokaris vokaris
FootFungas FootFungas
jasper jasper
Maakatea Maakatea
arcaico arcaico
jimmy51 jimmy51
dfwsusan dfwsusan
Serps Serps
Nice work
dumbat dumbat
constructive comments? try some superglue this is my favourite so far, excellent work
this is very well done! Thinking outside the box!
Ivan Chacon Ivan Chacon
LeLe LeLe
Chopper Chopper
Queen La Tiff Queen La Tiff
My constructive comment would be not to stir your coffee so hard...or maybe switch to decaf. Your PS skills look pretty tight to me.
Hoops Henderson Hoops Henderson
nice idea...well executed...but how is that coffee not spilling through the cracks? :)
Derivatix Derivatix
lol! Yup, it's strong, all right! :D
Relic Oboogie Relic Oboogie
Brilliant. Ha ha too funny.
TheShaman TheShaman
lighting seems alittle off in the cracks... but effort vote
Granulated Granulated
Use super-glue..(re-constructive comment!) v.good work
dunno dunno
interesting experiment... how come the middle crack has highlights both on the left and right side? ;)
fempie fempie
Gort Gort
rashdog rashdog
point_n_click point_n_click
Micose Micose
we had same idea for the technical work
anfa anfa
digitalpharaoh digitalpharaoh
Lord David Lord David


Grefix Grefix
@stevster: yup there should be, actually there was an additional piece for the left side, but it didn't work out very well, so I removed. But time lacked to create a new one... :/
kallekelly kallekelly
Really great idea! The edges of the broken parts on the cup would be very rough and porous looking (I've broken plenty of cups in my life), and the liquid would look more realistic with some 'frothiness' around the edges. Really neat concept, great job!
philgos philgos
out of vote but this is excellent!
Grefix Grefix
@shaman: indeed, my initial impression was that the light came from straight behind the cup (above). This is why the highlights appear on both sides of the crack. I noticed the error later, but was too damn lazzy to correct the error :)
cafn8d cafn8d
Gosh darn it! I thought I had voted for this... I'M SORRY! (I hate comments like these... but I want to tell you I like your entry.)
ScionShade ScionShade
I anm so sorry my vote aint on this! I missed it somehow..Excellent CHOP!
cafn8d cafn8d
I love how the coffee so SO strong, it stays in the cup despite the cracks and breaks! LOL!

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 Strong coffee
by Grefix
Created October 10, 2006
43 votes   7 comments
1004w x 946h (469KB)

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