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the Imagine version 2.2 must exist!
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But there must still have been an Imagine Version 2.2 after the Imagine 2.19 version! Because Eagles film has always been set on Impulses Imagine3d since Amiga times. Here Eagles Film has released a demo, which was made according to their own information with the version 2.2!

The question is, why did CUP User scare us so impulses and this version despite our paid 3.0 CUP's this version never handed over?

Here's the proof of Eagles-Film itself ..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Dyl6UZ9iw4

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Re: Never could figure out How to rig a Train and box cars to follow a path
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Take the version 2.17. and use the function "Conform Group to Path."
In version 2.18 and 2.19 there is an error! Strangely, no grouped objects can bend on the path :(

Anyway, I always use the version 2.17 for such animations, that works perfectly.

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Re: CUBIC OBJECT BRUSH MAPPING
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Well, all I meant was that in 3DS Max or Blender with UV Mapping you first have to set the positions of the brush with the object. The time required for this in Blender or 3Ds Max, you have also worked in Imagine his cube with the brushes. ... that's what I meant

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Re: NEW TEXTURE
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You have to look into your inbox. I'll send you a test message. Normally this should work.

I just send you a "test" message ... and you just answer me

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Re: NEW TEXTURE
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Take a look at your internal mailbox

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Re: NEW TEXTURE
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Those are the textures of Richard Jennings ... I already recommended them to you.

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Re: NEW TEXTURE
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Please give me an HTML link

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Re: NEW TEXTURE
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Where can I download the texture if it is shareware? Do you have a link?

Unfortunately, I can not program any textures myself ... that would be nice. Then I would already have programmed a lot for the Volumetriks.

But I have a tip for you. Take a look at the textures of Richard Jennings -> for Imagine (Win). I think he has textures that allow you to manipulate and control brushmaps.

Here is the link: http://www.shaders.co.uk/rjj_textures/index.htm

You can also ask Richard himself by email ... because such a texture that you would like to have is a breeze for a programmer like Richard Jennings.

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Re: NEW TEXTURE
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oh, a great texture can I get the please?

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Re: CUBIC OBJECT BRUSH MAPPING
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By the way ... with UV Mapping you first have to define where and how the brush will be positioned. Even in Blender or 3dsMax, you can not easily define a 2 dimensional map on a body with 6 faces

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