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From: Steve Shelby
Subject: A better bread recipe
Date: 19 Nov 2003 08:56:45
Message: <3fbb769d@news.povray.org>
I finally got my bread baked properly. I used a heightfield for the cut
face, using the water mark to remove the part outside the boundary. The hard
part was getting it positioned properly. I got a better looking crust by
using a texture with two normals. Thanks to Tim Cook, Warp, and Marc
Jacquier for helping me figure out how to do that.
Steve Shelby


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From: Thomas de Groot
Subject: Re: A better bread recipe
Date: 20 Nov 2003 06:08:07
Message: <3FBCA0BB.B14552AC@nitg.tno.nl>
Yes, Steve! This is it, without any doubt. I even can smell it! Well done, and
thanks for the effort.

Thomas

Steve Shelby wrote:

> I finally got my bread baked properly. I used a heightfield for the cut
> face, using the water mark to remove the part outside the boundary. The hard
> part was getting it positioned properly. I got a better looking crust by
> using a texture with two normals. Thanks to Tim Cook, Warp, and Marc
> Jacquier for helping me figure out how to do that.
> Steve Shelby
>
>  [Image]


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From: Thomas de Groot
Subject: Re: A better bread recipe
Date: 20 Nov 2003 06:28:41
Message: <3FBCA58D.86A1E81C@nitg.tno.nl>
What I forgot to say: extraordinary how through these means we are able to learn

from each other's experience. Thanks to all the bright guys who collaborate and
make this possible!!

Thomas


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From: Steve Shelby
Subject: Re: A better bread recipe
Date: 20 Nov 2003 06:51:08
Message: <3fbcaaac$1@news.povray.org>
Thank you, Thomas. You were the one who suggested the improvements. Now when
I go back and look at my first post and compare the two, I can't believe the
difference.
I agree, it is extraordinary. In my own situation, I don't  even know anyone
personally who is into 3d computer graphics of any kind, so my only source
of information is through these newsgroups and the internet.
Steve

"Thomas de Groot" <t.d### [at] nitgtnonl> wrote in message
news:3FBCA58D.86A1E81C@nitg.tno.nl...
> What I forgot to say: extraordinary how through these means we are able to
learn
>
> from each other's experience. Thanks to all the bright guys who
collaborate and
> make this possible!!
>
> Thomas
>
>
>
>
>


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From: Kman
Subject: Re: A better bread recipe
Date: 24 Nov 2003 14:56:39
Message: <3fc26277@news.povray.org>
Very realistic looking! Now for a nice melting pat of butter and a slight
wiff of steam rising... <sniiiiff>... hmmmm! Good job, Steve!

-Kman


"Steve Shelby" <ssh### [at] rexnetnet> wrote in message
news:3fbb769d@news.povray.org...
> I finally got my bread baked properly. I used a heightfield for the cut
> face, using the water mark to remove the part outside the boundary. The
hard
> part was getting it positioned properly. I got a better looking crust by
> using a texture with two normals. Thanks to Tim Cook, Warp, and Marc
> Jacquier for helping me figure out how to do that.
> Steve Shelby
>
>
>


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From: Steve Shelby
Subject: Re: A better bread recipe
Date: 24 Nov 2003 21:59:46
Message: <3fc2c5a2$1@news.povray.org>
Thanks.
Steve
"Kman" <mzu### [at] yahoocom> wrote in message
news:3fc26277@news.povray.org...
> Very realistic looking! Now for a nice melting pat of butter and a slight
> wiff of steam rising... <sniiiiff>... hmmmm! Good job, Steve!
>


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