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Donald Casteel
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  • United States
  • Deviant for 16 years
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My Bio
Artist, Engineer, and software developer

Current Residence: USA
Favourite genre of music: Ambient
Favourite style of art: 3D Digital
Operating System: Windows 7
Favourite cartoon character: Marvin the Martian

Favourite Visual Artist
Kenneth A. Huff
Favourite Movies
The Hunt For Red October
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Tangerine Dream
Favourite Writers
Arthur C. Clark
Favourite Games
Portal
Favourite Gaming Platform
XBOX 360
Tools of the Trade
Maya Sunflow .NET
Other Interests
Art science and technology
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Working in the automotive industry I've been trying for year to create a good simulation of urethane foam. I'm pretty happy with how this turned out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrcFyWVXwFY&feature=youtu.be
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I really want to create a version of this deviation, but its very important that I re-render the image over-sized so the content wraps around the sides of the finished stretched canvas. I also really need the front face edges of the finished stretched canvas land at very specific lines within the image itself. DA provides some information, but not specifically to these points. I see there is a 1.75" border added to a 20x30 print for wrapping, but I believe this is for a white sides wrap? I did download the prints "templates" expecting lines where the wrapping begins, but this is not the case. Has anyone else had to figure this out? This is the image... the left and right edges should land on the front edges, for the top and bottom the top and bottom 1/6ths will be cropped so the first and last horizontal lines you see below also land on the front edges of the wrapped canvas. Again I will render farther out than the front of the canvas, so the image also wraps around the frame.
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The difference between a stepping stone and a stumbling block is how high you lift your feet. ... sorry, just had to share it  :D
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Moody3

:+fav: Greetings and thanks for stopping by, Donald

Thanks for the fav!:-)

Hello, hello ... greetings and many thanks for stopping by again, Donald :nod:

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Greetings and thanks, Donald ...
A very big thank you/for your favoring.
Joe