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Old 12-23-2001, 08:03 AM   #1
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Here is a post from the ae forum... I was thinking may be the new particle system is lw7 could handle it. never used it before... Any tips or links to tuts are welcome

Hi People. I'm in a little trouble here. I have to make a flow of stamps coming out of a plane. Is there a way to have several maps for the particle emmiter or do i have to have one particle emiter for each different stamp... Thanx ...
I was thinking about doing it in lightwave, but hey, either way is good for me as long as i get it done...

But i think it would take much longer in 3d
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