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Unknown author (2017-04-05 13:46:57):

OMGGGG I LOVE IT :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D

Unknown author (2017-04-05 18:14:51):

hmm i will give this 7/10 :-)

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codewar65 (2017-04-05 20:52:04):

Info on the software I wrote to help make these.


cdl (2017-04-06 20:58:29 / 5 stars):

Interesting cursor set!
Nice work!
Equally nice that you placed them within the Public Domain.
I really like the working and busy center action, and I find the handwriting design quite unique!

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You should consider entering the Theme of the Month contest!


Unknown author (2017-04-06 22:18:04):

muy bueno ;-) el mejor puntero animado que he visto | -)

Unknown author (2017-04-06 23:18:46):

Keep making more cursors codewar65!
Your amazing at this!

Unknown author (2017-04-08 01:24:56):


J (2017-04-08 20:35:16 / 5 stars):

A refreshing change indeed!!
Have not seen any set like this in some time.
Immediately caught my eye.
All cursor roles, excellent animations, and a consistent techy theme.
I should not say this but I envy you that you have made a 3d modelled set.
Keep it up man


codewar65 (2017-04-08 21:21:16):

Modelling in 3D is a pain in the neck for me using modelling software. I have yet to find any modelling software that isn't next to impossible to use or learn. So I model in my head and type it out in POV-Ray as plain text (put a sphere here, scale it, subtract a chunk out of it here, rotate it, apply this texture, etc).

Thanks for the kind words all. The POV-Ray source file I made to generate these images is available in the description if you wish to play around with it. I'd love to see more people having fun with math. Also the image post processing software I wrote to get these down to cursor size with outlines is available on my website here ( http://www.vtxemu.com/misc.html ). The source code is also in the zip file if you want to tinker around with programming graphics.


Unknown author (2017-04-18 08:27:36):

how do you make it your curser?????

codewar65 (2017-04-18 08:39:14):

Made with:

  • POV-Ray (free raytracing software; Google it).
  • IC Warlock (free image processing software I wrote to process images for cursors and icons; see posts above)
  • RealWorld Cursor Editor (free cursor editor available on this site)
Unknown author (2017-04-19 05:38:21):

Hey, just bored on my tablet ... no where close to a computer. Two thoughts ... make an actual profile page so your stuff is easier to find. Add a link to your software there, because dude ... that looks awesome. I love that you use pov! I am highmystica btw.

highmystica (2017-04-19 06:30:24 / 5 stars):

guess I had to be logged in to see your profile. These cursors are great. Mad props for using pov ray.

Unknown author (2017-04-19 16:21:02):

:-D aweomesest cursor!

Unknown author (2017-04-24 22:56:37):

esta bien 8-)

Unknown author (2017-04-28 21:07:03):

Good!! :-D

highmystica (2017-04-30 01:21:02):

Forgot to say you have a nice user friendly text select. Super important to make text work, even if it is boring. Great job!

Unknown author (2017-05-11 18:14:35):

Really nice stuff! :-)

Unknown author (2017-05-25 18:34:58):

BEST CURSOR EVER!!!! :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D

Child of God (2017-06-01 17:52:21 / 5 stars):

This is really cool. Definitely changing my cursors to these.

AJaxx (2017-07-01 09:18:30 / 5 stars):

Really nice work! Thanks for including a set formatted for windows users who don't/can't ($$$) use CursorFX.

Best Regards,

codewar65 (2017-07-01 18:39:18):

heh - yeah. I made a CursorFX version of this as well. It's on WinCustomize. But I prefer good old plain cursors myself. There is less overhead, as support is baked into the OS.

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