Geomag Masters - Geomag Glow Swirl

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Geomag Masters - Geomag Glow Swirl

Postby geomagmasters » Sun Mar 25, 2012 9:57 pm

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Look closely at the center sphere of the structure...Click to Enlarge...Then click to enlarge the next picture.

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In the center sphere is a the reflection of the the glow rods. Accidental discovery. Click to enlarge. it's very cool...

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Re: Geomag Masters - Geomag Glow Swirl

Postby geomagmasters » Sun Mar 25, 2012 10:02 pm

Another larger Geomag Swirl...

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Re: Geomag Masters - Geomag Glow Swirl

Postby Peter Jepsen » Wed Mar 28, 2012 9:04 am

Very, very very nice! My compliments.
I assume the small one was discovered first, and it inspired you to see if it could be done larger.
How did you discover the small one, just by coincidence when playing around? Or was it a deliberate goal to try and achieve a swirl?
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Re: Geomag Masters - Geomag Glow Swirl

Postby Tychi » Wed Mar 28, 2012 2:15 pm

Oh, it's beautiful. My new glow rods glow too little :?
http://jihprotiseveru.blogspot.com/2012/03/svitici-geomag.html
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Re: Geomag Masters - Geomag Glow Swirl

Postby geomagmasters » Thu Mar 29, 2012 3:31 am

Peter, thank you for the compliment. The smaller swirl was by design. When I was a child I had a toy called Spirograph. It allowed you to draw shapes and patterns similar to the swirl. I set out to create with Geomags the patterns I used to draw with the Spirograph. As you said, the success of the smaller one led to the larger one. The glow in the dark was an after thought on the model because I thought the crossing rods would look nice lit up. Only after I photographed the glow model and enlarged the photo did I notice the reflection of the glow rods in the center sphere.

Tychi, thank you for your compliment as well. I also have many of those glow rods that don't glow well anymore. I will only buy unopened boxes of glow rods. Needless to say the opportunity rarely arises.
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Re: Geomag Masters - Geomag Glow Swirl

Postby AFKAN » Fri May 04, 2012 12:19 pm

Wow a couple of cracking builds there :o 8-)
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Re: Geomag Masters - Geomag Glow Swirl

Postby Tychi » Wed Jan 09, 2013 10:54 pm

geomagmasters wrote:Tychi, thank you for your compliment as well. I also have many of those glow rods that don't glow well anymore. I will only buy unopened boxes of glow rods. Needless to say the opportunity rarely arises.


In Czech republic are available, but does not glow :(
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Re: Geomag Masters - Geomag Glow Swirl

Postby geomagmasters » Tue Nov 05, 2013 3:23 pm

More Geomag Glow Swirls...

See all of our Geomag Swirls at : http://www.geomagmasters.com/Misc.htm

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