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  • garricks
    Comment on InDesign data merge advice…
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    Yes, I'm leaning that way now. Still percolating both ideas though… Thanks!
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    Good point…thanks!
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    I think what Kerning pointed out should ultimately be the deciding factor as the page numbering needs to make sense when it's combined with the other documents. Personally I think I'd use 4 separate documents....
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    They want simplistic or simple?

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    Another note on color modes: There are some printers and there is one print process that actually use the RGB color mode. But it is vendor specific.

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  • glass curving

    Here's an example of curving into a glass bowl. The tutorial's rather detailed for the method contains complex procedrues.
    In Rhino rendering it's more obvious but in Bryce it shines better.
    This one is Rhino

    http://longsbi.250free.com/bowl/bckgAndStar.jpg


    I'm a C4D fan..
 
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