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From: St 
Date: 21 Jan 2008 19:37:20
Message: <47953ac0@news.povray.org>
"Jim Charter" <jrc### [at] msncom> wrote in message 
> St. wrote:
>> "Jim Charter" <jrc### [at] msncom> wrote in message 
>> news:479516b0$1@news.povray.org...
>>>St. wrote:
>>>>     In this day and age, that's a real shame.
>>>Ohhh!  Glad that got said before I put too much time in.  That should be 
>>>made clearer on the web page.
>>     Heh, well, I can't think of anything better than mixing a good mesh 
>> modeler with PoV. For me at least, it = perfect.  :)
>>       ~Steve~
> Your postings on p.b.images have made that pretty clear.  Me, I can swing 
> either way, but I want to be the one who decides.

    And of course, that's the correct way to tackle it Jim. I think we all 
made decisions over the years about how we would 'refine' our workflow using 
PoV, and I think I've found my path. But, I've been tampering with the new 
Crysis game editor recently, and I'm like 'painting' different layers of 
rock textures on a heightfield mountain, and thinking; "Wow, if only I could 
do this in PoV". If PoV was like this, it would seriously rule. :) Well, it 
seriously rules anyway, but you know what I mean. This isn't a complaint, 
just a thought.


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