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From: Ruy
Subject: [br] Bandeira - TEA
Date: 27 Oct 2001 17:36:05
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(tirado quase que direto de um tutorial...).





alguma coisa mais elaborada.



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From: Ferdinand
Subject: Re: [br] Bandeira - TEA
Date: 27 Oct 2001 19:08:24
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I understood it's experiment in the Brazil flag. Is it right ?
It's funny, it's look like an eye.


Bresil. Est ce exacte ?


A+

Ferdinand



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From: Renato Oliveira
Subject: Re: [br] Bandeira - TEA
Date: 27 Oct 2001 21:53:07
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> I understood it's experiment in the Brazil flag. Is it right ?

Yes it is.

> It's funny, it's look like an eye.

I agree. : )
But I think it's great picture, but my opinion is very suspicious in this
case, since i'm a brazilian guy. : )

Renato Oliveira


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From: Ruy
Subject: Re: [br] Bandeira - TEA
Date: 28 Oct 2001 05:40:56
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You are right, it is an experiment with the Brazilian Flag. I apologize for
writing that message only in Portuguese. The pictures might talk by
themselves, but the text sure doesn't. I liked your idea of writing in
English and in French, and I'll adopt this bilingual approach when posting
to this binaries group with [int][pt] or [int][br] at the beginning so
everybody can understand it.

Now that you mention it, yes, it does resemble an eye, doesn't it? I guess
that the blue disk, which would be something along the lines of the
parametric equivalent of a paraboloid with a sine function to disturb it's
surface, looks like an iris. The only way I found to prevent that was to
place the camera directly above the flag, get it really far apart and use a
very small angle. The drawback is that it kind of ceases to appear a 3D
object. Since my purpose is to deal with 3D, I didn't see the point of that.

Thanks for the comment.

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de forma que todos possam entender.











Ruy


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> I understood it's experiment in the Brazil flag. Is it right ?
> It's funny, it's look like an eye.
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> Bresil. Est ce exacte ?

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lugar,

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From: Wilson Reis
Subject: [int] [br] Bandeira (era Re: [pt] Bandeira - TEA)
Date: 28 Oct 2001 08:14:30
Message: <3bdc04b6@news.povray.org>



demais :P)



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Ruy, you could try a sphere sweep for the white stripe, or some other #while
made structure. If you have the extra time and pacience, you could also try
to build some CSG stars for it . (a prism would be way too easy :P )

Will

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