i dont know it for sure, but blur3d is same as blur but in 3D, i think thats all. if U apply too much of both U lost details in normal or 3D apophysis. I use Blur/blur3D only as base to build on in transform editor. never use it normaly. it's needed to make something like this and then applying other variations
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Posted: 2010-October-01 at 1:37am | IP Logged
I think this is a great idea .....but I can't really contribute any knowledge of Apo.... if you guys want someone to proof-read it or test it out i can do that
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