Friday, November 13

Why We Have Paper Weights

Just add wind, and all the term papers, business cards, parking passes, and other paper-y stuff you keep on your desk and dashboard look like the above image, which is a rendering all of the points of a 32x32 grid extruded and rotated about the z-axis 16 times, warped with quadratic fall-off with respect to scale locking the global x- and y-axes and then with linear fall-off rotated about the corners after all edges and faces have been removed from its geometry. It's that easy!

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