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    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


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