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  1. Hi All, I did a short tutorial to show how easy it is to modify the shape of a tree by using Geometry & the Object Slice Modifier. Hope this helps Jamie
  2. Growfx v1.9.9 SP5 for 3dsMax 2018 Hi, I'm new to Growfx and just familiarizing myself with functionality. I'm building a detailed plant and wish to control the internal profile of the stalk so that it isn't simply cylindrical, and instead uses a custom shape. I'm aware of 'Affects' and have also experimented with Mesh Builder> Surface Displace Map, but neither seem to do what I need. I have attached an image of the stem I'm looking to replicate, along with a screen shot of my approach for controlling a cylindrical profile within 3dsmax, using a displace mod with gradient ramp. I assumed I might somehow use a similar method in Growfx, however it's not possible to control a gradient ramp in my version, only select it (a possible issue?... or I'm not doing something right?). If anyone has any advice it would be much appreciated, it seems there must be a basic Growfx control I'm overlooking, or I'm not approaching this in the correct way. Thanks!
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