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==Soccer Dome - Marco Voltolini==  
 
==Soccer Dome - Marco Voltolini==  
 
[[Image:Soccer dome 1.JPG|thumb|right|350px|A nice Soccer Dome cut in citrine quartz]]
 
[[Image:Soccer dome 1.JPG|thumb|right|350px|A nice Soccer Dome cut in citrine quartz]]
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[[Image:Soccer dome anethyst.JPG|thumb|right|350px|Soccer dome cut in amethyst. Image courtesy of Egor Gavrilenko]]
 
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Even if I'm one of the few Italian guys that doesn't like soccer, I thought it was a cool idea to make a design resembling a soccer ball. Or a C60 fullerene "buckyball".  
 
Even if I'm one of the few Italian guys that doesn't like soccer, I thought it was a cool idea to make a design resembling a soccer ball. Or a C60 fullerene "buckyball".  
 
This is easy and fast to cut, just pay some attention to the table and the last tier since there are no meets.
 
This is easy and fast to cut, just pay some attention to the table and the last tier since there are no meets.
 
I like to leave the pentagons frosted to get a better "soccer-ball" effect, but you can polish them...
 
I like to leave the pentagons frosted to get a better "soccer-ball" effect, but you can polish them...

Latest revision as of 01:00, 5 November 2010

Soccer Dome - Marco Voltolini

A nice Soccer Dome cut in citrine quartz
Soccer dome cut in amethyst. Image courtesy of Egor Gavrilenko


Even if I'm one of the few Italian guys that doesn't like soccer, I thought it was a cool idea to make a design resembling a soccer ball. Or a C60 fullerene "buckyball". This is easy and fast to cut, just pay some attention to the table and the last tier since there are no meets. I like to leave the pentagons frosted to get a better "soccer-ball" effect, but you can polish them...