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    now thats amazing. i cannot think of how you did that ...
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    Kaz,

    Very nice... uh... thing! Mysterious yet perfectly reasonable construct. I have a special liking for things like that.

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    Hi Kaz,
    intriguing...i love it.
    Can i ask your method ?

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    Very interesting, Kaz. 50.

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    wow!very intriguing.Excellent mysterious method image.

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    quick.TXT

    Make sure you turn on show actions.

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    Cool

    Hi Kaz
    Your tut recall me this thread
    And this serial
    Thx for the nostalgia
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    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
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    Thank you...i'll try it.

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    A spruced-up render of Kaz's script above:

    Jay

    "Talent and all that for the most part is nothing but hogwash. Any schoolboy with a little aptitude might very well draw better than I perhaps; but what he most often lacks is the tough yearning for realization, the teeth-grinding obstinacy and saying: even though I know I'm not capable of it, I'm still going to do it." -- M.C. Escher, in a letter to his son Arthur, 12 February 1955

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    thanks kaz.
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    Hi Kaz
    For the old computer your process is no appropriate
    It's more easy to draw without light, render (spray is dispendious of this sort of things)...
    and just re-intoduce it at the end
    Result will be the same and very more quickly
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    Hey Frenchy,
    Can you explain further. I dont understand

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    Hi Kaz
    just that
    When I play your script, when you "spray" the "big cube" with the "little cubes" lights and shadows are rendrering between each "spraying"
    (it's visible on my old computer, maybe not on the recents
    I believe that you can spray in "quick" mode and just at the end make a best render with lights, shadows etc...
    On my compute the spraying it's instantaneous like the blue one before best rendering!

    But maybe I am wrong
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    Ok, Frenchy, I see.

    I think what is happening is that I increased the resolution of the cube, so the spray is slow. I tried it again with a standard cube and it was pretty fast

    see ya

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