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#1 2009-09-08 23:26:08

tlvb
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A take on the arch logo

The embedded image is 60k, I'm not sure if that is considered big, the svg it links to is 4.3M though.
archsketch.png
[link to the svg]
It is marvelous what one can do in order to avoid going to bed at reasonable hours...


I need a sorted list of all random numbers, so that I can retrieve a suitable one later with a binary search instead of having to iterate through the generation process every time.

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#2 2009-09-08 23:37:21

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Re: A take on the arch logo

Sweet logo looks impressive.


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#3 2009-09-08 23:47:10

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Re: A take on the arch logo

nipple


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#4 2009-09-09 00:51:36

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Re: A take on the arch logo

Nice! smile

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#5 2009-09-09 16:39:36

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Re: A take on the arch logo

sand_man wrote:

nipple

...cannot be unseen....

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#6 2009-09-09 17:14:04

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Re: A take on the arch logo

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nipple

I hate you. sad

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#7 2009-09-09 17:30:14

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Re: A take on the arch logo

love the logo, great job smile

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#8 2009-09-09 18:00:17

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Re: A take on the arch logo

That. Is. Awesome. big_smile

sand_man wrote:

nipple

Looks more like a zombie to me. His right eye is a cross, there's a little dot next to it that might be his nose, and a sort of smudge further over that's his left eye. BRAAAAINZZZZ!


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#9 2009-09-09 18:40:50

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Re: A take on the arch logo

Makes me think of the movie Saw.

Let the games begin!

Very nice.


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#10 2009-09-09 19:16:40

tlvb
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Re: A take on the arch logo

Thanks all big_smile

sand_man wrote:

nipple

+

dunc wrote:

Looks more like a zombie to me. His right eye is a cross, there's a little dot next to it that might be his nose, and a sort of smudge further over that's his left eye. BRAAAAINZZZZ!

+

Gen2ly wrote:

Makes me think of the movie Saw.

Let the games begin!

Very nice.

Well, arch is what you make it after all. I guess it goes for the logo too... tongue


I need a sorted list of all random numbers, so that I can retrieve a suitable one later with a binary search instead of having to iterate through the generation process every time.

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#11 2009-09-09 20:06:24

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Re: A take on the arch logo

interesting....
...so, i take your work and play it with gimp... smile ...and result... ...just for playing... tongue something like that:

archsketch.pngarchsk.png rainarch.png olderdarch.png


just be brothers in arch... http://archlinux.ro
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#12 2009-09-10 03:17:16

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Re: A take on the arch logo

volodiam wrote:

interesting....
...so, i take your work and play it with gimp... smile ...and result... ...just for playing... tongue something like that:

http://solstorm.doesntexist.com/archsketch.pnghttp://volodia.ro/linuxbooks/archsk.png http://volodia.ro/linuxbooks/rainarch.png http://volodia.ro/linuxbooks/olderdarch.png

Wow, nice job! I like the 3rd one!

Thanks for sharing.


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#13 2009-09-10 05:09:38

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Re: A take on the arch logo

tlvb wrote:

The embedded image is 60k, I'm not sure if that is considered big, the svg it links to is 4.3M though.
http://solstorm.doesntexist.com/archsketch.png
[link to the svg]
It is marvelous what one can do in order to avoid going to bed at reasonable hours...

That is amazingly cool, thanks for sharing!  Definitely t-shirt worthy!


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#14 2009-09-10 11:12:42

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Re: A take on the arch logo

The svg sholud be easier to acces now, the server weren't configure to leave a content type for svg, so firefox didn't display it properly (wget worked though). This is now corrected. Cool edits volodiam.


I need a sorted list of all random numbers, so that I can retrieve a suitable one later with a binary search instead of having to iterate through the generation process every time.

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#15 2009-09-18 00:48:22

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Re: A take on the arch logo

thayer wrote:

That is amazingly cool, thanks for sharing!  Definitely t-shirt worthy!

High praise indeed from the one who designed & made the Arch logo.  But I agree it's a pretty cool and eye-catching rendition!

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#16 2009-10-02 04:28:18

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Re: A take on the arch logo

That really is a brilliant rendition... In fact, it now has it's own desktop!

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#17 2009-10-02 18:15:23

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Re: A take on the arch logo

Awesome!

EDIT: I'm just curious... how did you make this one? Hand-drawn and vectorized with Inkscape?

Last edited by thoughtcrime (2009-10-02 18:17:17)


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#18 2009-10-02 19:34:49

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Re: A take on the arch logo

Ghost1227 wrote:

That really is a brilliant rendition... In fact, it now has it's own desktop!

Great stuff, both logo and corresponding desktop, *thumbs* smile


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#19 2009-10-02 22:08:00

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Re: A take on the arch logo

Thanks all ( has a warm feeling inside )
@Ghost1227: Nice! I think this is the first time something I've drawn has been used as a part in a project.
@thoughtcrime: It is all done in inkscape, the lines using the calligraphy/brush tool at different zoom levels and a small-ish wacom tablet. I began sketching on top of one of the original pieces in the archlinux-artwork package, until I had a feeling for the contours and shape. The colouring is made up from simple polygons.

Last edited by tlvb (2009-10-02 22:10:55)


I need a sorted list of all random numbers, so that I can retrieve a suitable one later with a binary search instead of having to iterate through the generation process every time.

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#20 2009-10-02 22:08:31

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Re: A take on the arch logo

litemotiv wrote:
Ghost1227 wrote:

That really is a brilliant rendition... In fact, it now has it's own desktop!

Great stuff, both logo and corresponding desktop, *thumbs* smile

+1.

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#21 2009-10-15 20:02:45

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Re: A take on the arch logo

wooooow... niiiice animation big_smile

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#22 2009-10-16 02:20:17

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Re: A take on the arch logo

The animation is an illusion, it just takes a while for the image to render, since it's a quite vector heavy picture, and not in raster format. (That or you are smoking the funny stuff tongue)


I need a sorted list of all random numbers, so that I can retrieve a suitable one later with a binary search instead of having to iterate through the generation process every time.

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#23 2009-10-20 13:37:35

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Re: A take on the arch logo

Cheers

Luv the nipple.

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