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Atom

Submitted by Dark Hunter1357
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An item model. The idea came to me while i was studying chemistry. Its a basic atom model. Has a portrait.

Update 1:
It took me ages to learn how to make a ribbon... Anyway here it is ! Now has ribbonst instead of particles and You can see its neutrons and uu i dnk how to spell it lol

Keywords:
atom, electron, item, s-fi, scfi, space, tech, research, proton, neutron
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Atom (Model)

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14:58, 7th Jun 2008 Pyritie: Not a bad start... I have a bunch of suggestions though. (1) Instead of particles, use ribbons. Or at least fix the particles' alpha and don't make them float upwards. (2) Instead of just a blue ball for the nucleus, what...
  1. 14:58, 7th Jun 2008
    Pyritie: Not a bad start... I have a bunch of suggestions though. (1) Instead of particles, use ribbons. Or at least fix the particles' alpha and don't make them float upwards. (2) Instead of just a blue ball for the nucleus, what about protons/neutrons? (3) The nucleus and electrons are pretty high-poly at the moment.

    Fix these and I'll approve it.

    13th Jun 2008
    Pyritie: MUCH better.
     
  2. Dark Hunter1357

    Dark Hunter1357

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    I will make an icon soon.
     
  3. The_Silent

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    What are you supposed to used for, som strange item, a spell or somthing else?
     
  4. Dark Hunter1357

    Dark Hunter1357

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    Can be used in a map as an tech item(gives you upgrades or something)
     
  5. The_Silent

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    Okay, an other thing, i don't even think that atom exist, i mean 3 electrones in the other shell?
     
  6. Dark Hunter1357

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    There is no need to be a real one.
     
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    It looks very good i belive
     
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    I like it, very nice idea. +Rep if I could.
     
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    The size of the nucleus and the electrons are greatly exagurated, considering this is a scale model with the right distances.
     
  10. donut3.5

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    Billboarded planes ftw... Use them.
    --donut3.5--
     
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    Make a quark next! Dey time travel!
     
  12. The Red Wizard

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    This is just lol
     
  13. Anything.

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    That's a really unstable atom :D
    Carbon-0 +6, haha.

    Didn't we learn that electrons move in clouds now? :p
    Anyways, those electrons are much too large compared to the nucleic particles.

    This is brings a smile to my day. But the day's almost over. Should have found this first. Drat.
     
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    maybe you could make the particles as own model to make us able to choose how much particles we want (skill: Sphere)
     
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    Awesome representation of the atom, Not only does it show the protons in the nucleus but also shows electrons orbiting as in the electron shells. Nice job, 5/5 and I will use it. Use it when studying Chemistry 101 :D
     
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    Should be much much much smaller but 5/5 for brilliant idea
     
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    Again, use billboarded planes to reduce the file size by like 9001% :)
     
  18. Anything.

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    Someone needs to review their chemistry :p
    Nuclei can't stay together without Neutrons and Electrons are 1800 times smaller than Protons!
     
  19. cHeRoL

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    I think there is an icon.