posted on Mar, 7 2011 @ 05:52 PM
Sorry for the off-topic replies, but you can have this one as well and I'll be gone for awhile. It's 27 years since 1984. 26 letters in the
alphabet spun on a clock leaves 2 letters more. A nice handle for a whip if you can animate it, but then there are the 13's similar to a specific
date on the Mayan calender. So, how do you spin a circle with 2 letters left over into a sphere? Well 27 balls in a cube, you have to use yor head
and 26 letters! A handy radial navigation or 3D modeling tool for me is all. But to implode something evenly, like a rubik's cube with 26 blocks
and a sphere inside takes more time. I think the only way to solve that rubik's cube is to take it apart! They shot those contests where they
solved them in reverse! But it's a pretty solid and consistent way to get animation ideas that are useful. Imagine the poor guy tasked with
designing the Rubik's Sphere! I think I remember seeing them!