Dirt Cycles

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'Cycles' is based around Bicycle gears and chains in motion. While Spinning the chain blurs and the chains dirt and grease effects the reflection of light. this is the effect i was trying to achieve.The idea for 'Cycles' started from the word 'repetition' i started looking at repeated motion and journeys that i regularly repeated. I take the same route everyday to university so i began by looking at my method of transport. the act of cycling itself is repetitive (Pedaling) and the angles of the cogs and chains were perfect for constructing letters.

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Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 8th november 2010
absolutely love this. great effect and technique. theme applied consistently throughout set. great style and definitely possesses lots of energy. and also italic-like. wonderful.
Comment by funk_king 8th november 2010
thankyou! really glad you like it!
Comment by J.Hughes-games 10th november 2010
i like it thanks
constuctionvery cool
Comment by kalilou 15th november 2010
COOL
Comment by toasterfryshop 7th august 2011

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Comment by Scarlet (Ogotu) 24th february 2017

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