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Default 01-02-2010, 08:50 AM

Originally Posted by Chris101b View Post

For what you want to do, choose to resize top to bottom and the hills will get larger without actually increasing in size.
Chris- Cool idea.
I tried this on a person with interesting results due to the fact that the axes of many subparts have a tendency to point in different directions (taller skinnier persion with stubby fat arms). Creating a method with resizes to cancel out the distortions even fixes that problem.
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