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    Every so often I draw something random as I spend most of my time training and supporting AutoCAD.
    This dalek was modelled in AutoCAD 2010/2012 then renderd in a AutoCAD 2014 Attachment 98949
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrot_CAD View Post
    Every so often I draw something random as I spend most of my time training and supporting AutoCAD.
    This dalek was modelled in AutoCAD 2010/2012 then renderd in a AutoCAD 2014 Attachment 98949
    That is so cool!!!!
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    Pretty sweet! This reminds me of the robot in the 1960's Sci-fi televisoin show "Lost In Space", only yours is much nicer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tedg View Post
    Pretty sweet! This reminds me of the robot in the 1960's Sci-fi televisoin show "Lost In Space", only yours is much nicer!
    You've not seen a Dalek before ?!

    Carrot_CAD - it's nice, very nice, though I'd reduce the reflectivity of the weapons mounting ring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaberwok View Post
    You've not seen a Dalek before ?!

    Carrot_CAD - it's nice, very nice, though I'd reduce the reflectivity of the weapons mounting ring.
    ... I'm moved, beyond the reach of words, that I belong to a community where this post can actually occur. ~sniffs~ That's beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanderer View Post
    ... I'm moved, beyond the reach of words, that I belong to a community where this post can actually occur. ~sniffs~ That's beautiful.
    and that ^^^ moved me to tears of laughter!

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    VARY NICE WORK........

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