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  1. Also from the same article: It looks very cool...and appears to have been quite an undertaking.
  2. Incredible as always, Rodger!
  3. The SplitPatch plugin can do that, if I understand what you are trying to do.
  4. Looks great, Mike!
  5. Great stuff, Michael! Sorry to hear about Mike Lium.
  6. First, I think you would have to match the camera angle. Assuming that the wall is at a 90 degree angle from the floor and that the base of the object is square (or at least rectangular), you could set up a choreography with a wall, floor and 254mm square object and try to match the angles in the photo. You might be able to get close that way, then build out your object. Hope that helps.
  7. Just another "stay alive" post. I still don't have anything worth showing, but I have gotten past a few experiments.
  8. Hope you get well soon, Jason!
  9. That is extremely cool, Robert! Makes me think that would be an easy way to make clouds or a bubbly liquid in a container.
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