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Reverse Engineering 64 Side by Cmr8286 Reverse Engineering 64 Side by Cmr8286
This was done for an M & P class I took last semester. The project was to reverse engineer a product and examine with what and by what means it was made. Instead of pasting the parts up on a board and lableing them, I thought this was a better way to present this particular product. It also has a nice sculptural appeal, I feel.
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kaitymo17 Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2010
Would you mind explaining to me how you did it and what you used? :D
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LainPanzer Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2008
win win win
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ile-o Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I had to open these like 3 times cuz my little brother keep on breaking them, at first I was all exited cuz I've never opened one before... but putting everything back together and making it work and trying to make it kids proof ...that was another story...

I like your concept a lot! it's awesome!!!
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Suntro Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2008  Student General Artist
Wow this is seriously the coolest thing that I've seen all day. It's deserves a favorite.
(lulz im aware that this is 2 year old deviation XP )
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ThEReAlWaZzAr Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2008
That's cool =D
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z0rR Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2008
hell yeah
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Demijaxx Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2006
wow thats so cool =p
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mkava Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2006   Traditional Artist
Very impressive work. Sure, I dont like seeing a Nintendo controller in pieces but when its for art, its slighty less worse.
Nice job, :+fav:
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Nibelungvalesti Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2006
Wow, that's beautiful.
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Snika Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2006   Digital Artist
Wow, I found it surprising to see that the D-Pad was made the same as in the NES: The piece of hard-plastic to form the arrows and the soft-plastic pad underneath it. I guess good things never change. I wonder how the GameCube controller's D-Pad looks from the inside...
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Cmr8286 Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2006
there is only one way to find out, right ;)
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JimmiLeRock Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
madness. I'd love one.
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Tourian Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's very disturbing and awesome O_O
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