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    And the winner is...

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    Hey, isn't that cool?! All challenge#246-objects in one scene! It was a close call between the Allen keys and the USB-drive. Unfortunately I think 8GB is just too small !
    Pinkmouse: Clean wires, excellent texture and good rendering! Impressive.
    Bytehawk: Detailed and good model. Overall clean wires except for a few weird ones. Probably from that spectacular plugin I'd like to have now .
    Bellmore: productive as always! Thanks for giving some light for this scene!
    hrgiger: Really nice CD:s model-wise. Sorry you didn't get the anireflections right.
    voriax: Nice speaker!
    nnabdu: Great design on the cup. Maybe a little high on the polycount, but good nevertheless.
    Kryslin: Cool pictureframe. In your render the transparent part had some strange stretching of the background. Wonder why!
    ANS: Music lover? Nice.
    Wittywop: Excellent use of texture here! Simple object disguised in fine materials! I mean that in a positive way.

    Good job everyone! Over to the junk drawers now...

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    Ooooh, I'm soooo excited! My first win!

    Great work everyone.
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    congrats Pinkmouse.

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    Congrats Pinkmouse. Nice Work everyone!!

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    well deserved, Pinkmouse! congrats!

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    congrats Pinkmouse !
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    Congrats to the winner!

    Slartibartfast: The distortion is created by the IoR of the material (default of the Dielectric node) and the long diagonal edges created by the Bevel tool. I suspect if I cut the corners square, and eliminate that, it would go away. It would probably help If I used a proper IoR value for acrylic plastic, too...
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    Thanks Slartibartfast ,,, and good for all too ...

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