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From: Michael Zier
Subject: A familiar looking crop circle
Date: 16 Aug 2006 09:49:25
Message: <44e32265@news.povray.org>
Today I've stumbled across two really familiar looking crop circles. 
Strangely, they floated in a pitch black void, held together by nothing but 
imagination ;)




Made by a "generic crop-circle macro"...


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From: Skip Talbot
Subject: Re: A familiar looking crop circle
Date: 16 Aug 2006 10:34:54
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I saw the post in offtopic and I knew this was coming.  Nicely done! 
Now let's see it in a full scene like those photos.

Skip


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From: Marc
Subject: Re: A familiar looking crop circle
Date: 16 Aug 2006 11:32:07
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> Today I've stumbled across two really familiar looking crop circles.
> Strangely, they floated in a pitch black void, held together by nothing
but
> imagination ;)
>
>
>
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> Made by a "generic crop-circle macro"...

Much better than my lame attempt with a mere height_field :-)
Me lazy :-s

Marc


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From: Orchid XP v3
Subject: Re: A familiar looking crop circle
Date: 16 Aug 2006 14:24:51
Message: <44e362f3$1@news.povray.org>
> I saw the post in offtopic and I knew this was coming.  Nicely done! Now 
> let's see it in a full scene like those photos.

Hahaha! Awesom!


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From: St 
Subject: Re: A familiar looking crop circle
Date: 16 Aug 2006 15:47:32
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"Skip Talbot" <Ski### [at] aolcom> wrote in message 
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>I saw the post in offtopic and I knew this was coming.  Nicely done! Now 
>let's see it in a full scene like those photos.

   And you can just see those Povers beavering away with this right now... 
Heck, I'm tempted.  ;)

      ~Steve~


>
> Skip


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From: andrel
Subject: Re: A familiar looking crop circle
Date: 16 Aug 2006 17:47:09
Message: <44E39311.5070808@hotmail.com>
Michael Zier wrote:
> Today I've stumbled across two really familiar looking crop circles. 
> Strangely, they floated in a pitch black void, held together by nothing but 
> imagination ;)
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Made by a "generic crop-circle macro"...
> 
thanks


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From: Ross
Subject: Re: A familiar looking crop circle
Date: 18 Aug 2006 11:09:00
Message: <44e5d80c$1@news.povray.org>
"Marc" <jac### [at] wanadoofr> wrote in message
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> 44e32265@news.povray.org...
> > Today I've stumbled across two really familiar looking crop circles.
> > Strangely, they floated in a pitch black void, held together by nothing
> but
> > imagination ;)
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Made by a "generic crop-circle macro"...
>
> Much better than my lame attempt with a mere height_field :-)
> Me lazy :-s
>
> Marc
>

i actually think it looks quite good, maybe i'm biased though as that's how
I expected people to try this when i saw the firefox one in p.o-t.

your flattened areas look like various amounts of white paint on a canvas,
but still it gets the idea across


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