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From: Rune S  Johansen
Subject: POV-Ray logo
Date: 10 May 1999 22:10:31
Message: <37374b47.0@news.povray.org>
We have the best raytracer in the universe.

We have the nicest and most helpful community.

We soon have a great homepage
(well... not that the current one isn't great...)

But we don't have a simple logo!?

Isn't it about time that POV-Ray gets a logo?
To make POV-Ray famous and well known I think
it would be a step in the right direction if
we got a nice easy recognizable official logo.

Should we choose one by making a competition?
(oh, no... more competitions...)

What do you think?

Greetings,

Rune S. Johansen

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From: TonyB
Subject: Re: POV-Ray logo
Date: 11 May 1999 12:45:03
Message: <37380A8B.48E72136@panama.phoenix.net>
I always thought that the POV-Ray now and checkered plane were our logo.
What we need is a mascot, a cute, friendly, little, blobby guy that
looks cool. One that dances, etc. and proclaims POV as the best!


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From: Mark Gordon
Subject: Re: POV-Ray logo
Date: 11 May 1999 13:14:50
Message: <37381FA8.433197A9@mailbag.com>
TonyB wrote:
> 
> I always thought that the POV-Ray now and checkered plane were our logo.
> What we need is a mascot, a cute, friendly, little, blobby guy that
> looks cool. One that dances, etc. and proclaims POV as the best!

Something to compete with Buzz and Woody? ;-)

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From: Ken
Subject: Re: POV-Ray logo
Date: 11 May 1999 13:48:25
Message: <37377E34.FCBD2B70@pacbell.net>
TonyB wrote:
> 
> I always thought that the POV-Ray now and checkered plane were our logo.
> What we need is a mascot, a cute, friendly, little, blobby guy that
> looks cool. One that dances, etc. and proclaims POV as the best!

  I personaly believe that Pov-Ray is much too dignified a program
to require cheap cutesy publicity and marketing gimmicks such as you
describe. You may believe as you like and I will do the same.

-- 
Ken Tyler

mailto://tylereng@pacbell.net


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From: TonyB
Subject: Re: POV-Ray logo
Date: 12 May 1999 01:22:35
Message: <3738BC01.6BF2FE92@panama.phoenix.net>
>   I personaly believe that Pov-Ray is much too dignified a program
> to require cheap cutesy publicity and marketing gimmicks such as you
> describe.

Maybe so, but still, it would be cool. Plus, if you want more dignity, we
could make it reflective, with media and radiosity. (=

Anthony L. Bennett
http://welcome.to/TonyB


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From: Chris Harrison
Subject: Re: POV-Ray logo
Date: 12 May 1999 18:42:31
Message: <3739BD85.7B96EC7@btinternet.com>
> Something to compete with Buzz and Woody? ;-)

Something like the Pixar anglepoise lights would be good... but it's already
been done. Even so, something along on that line which can be animated to look
creature-like, showing really advanced modelling and texturing techniques
would be very impressive. The Pixar lights don't in anyway "cheapen" Pixar's
look - it just enhances it because it's done so well.

Chris Harrison
http://www.ChrisHarrison.co.uk/


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From: Lance Birch
Subject: Re: POV-Ray logo
Date: 13 May 1999 05:14:11
Message: <373a5193.0@news.povray.org>
Ah Luxo Jr.  :-)

*dreamily thinks of the IK use*

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Chris Harrison wrote in message <373### [at] btinternetcom>...
>> Something to compete with Buzz and Woody? ;-)
>
>Something like the Pixar anglepoise lights would be good... but it's
already
>been done. Even so, something along on that line which can be animated to
look
>creature-like, showing really advanced modelling and texturing techniques
>would be very impressive. The Pixar lights don't in anyway "cheapen"
Pixar's
>look - it just enhances it because it's done so well.
>
>Chris Harrison
>http://www.ChrisHarrison.co.uk/
>


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From: Steve
Subject: Re: POV-Ray logo
Date: 27 Jun 1999 13:38:47
Message: <3776287B.5B1E8119@ndirect.co.uk>
Ken

I was just about to post something on these lines.  If someone
don't like POV they can go out and buy something else.

Ken wrote:
> 
> TonyB wrote:
> >
> > I always thought that the POV-Ray now and checkered plane were our logo.
> > What we need is a mascot, a cute, friendly, little, blobby guy that
> > looks cool. One that dances, etc. and proclaims POV as the best!
> 
>   I personaly believe that Pov-Ray is much too dignified a program
> to require cheap cutesy publicity and marketing gimmicks such as you
> describe. You may believe as you like and I will do the same.
> 
> --
> Ken Tyler
> 
> mailto://tylereng@pacbell.net

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Steve

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