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Input text: food is -.2 inch above and -1.6 feet right of a cowstand. the cowstand faces back. a orange point light is on the food. A very tiny woman is -2 inches in front and -4 inches to the right of the cowstand. She is -3 inches above the cowstand. She is leaning 50 degrees to the front. The extremely tiny pond is -7 inches in front and -14 inches to the right of the cowstand. a shiny bat is above the cowstand. it is behind the cowstand. a rust light is in front of the bat. a tiny armada is on the pond. a teal light is left of the armada. a 3.7 feet tall moonwalker is .34 feet right of the cowstand. it faces left. a small audience is 10 feet in front of the pond. it faces back. it is night. a gold light is above and in front of the bat.
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Attributions: untitled by Nanook and , food by jarble and , cowstand by Nanook and , bat by watcher570 and , fleet,arma... by jarble and , moon,moonwalk... by watcher570 and , audience by nheiges
Nanook  (5/5/2019) 
excellent !!
nheiges  (5/5/2019) 
Thanks! At a certain point, it's better to start using backdrops because the render time on this got SUPER SLOW.
Nanook  (5/5/2019) 
the things we can do with our new tools :-)
nheiges  (5/5/2019) 
So next week, how about a "backdrop me" challenge - each scene is loaded as a backdrop for the next? What do you think? :-)
Nanook  (5/5/2019) 
Interesting.....so how would that progress?
nheiges  (5/5/2019) 

Take this scene and load it as a backdrop. Add some elements to create a new scene. The next person takes your scene, loads it as a backdrop, adds some elements, etc., etc. Maybe the backdropped scene could be used either as a backdrop or as an image.
nheiges  (5/5/2019) 

Nanook  (5/5/2019) 
ok sounds like a challenge, we might need to give some of the new users a 'how to' on loading a backdrop into a scene (I had to school myself today since I had only done it a couple of times) but that would be a way for them to learn how things work also. I say go for it and we will see. So you start this one :-)) and label it s a backdrop challenge hehehe! :-)
nheiges  (5/5/2019) 
I'll post something tomorrow - maybe something more interesting than this clown :-). I'll add instructions too, that's a good idea.
Nanook  (5/5/2019) 
sounds great and who doesn't like a challenge.....I will be waiting with baited breath hehehe :-)
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