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  1. Thanks, @Shibby! To ease everyone's minds, I did just receive an email reply from him, so I can confirm he's not trying to scam us
  2. I emailed yesterday but did not get a response, not that I would expect that yet. @teknow you saw a similar post, but was it from the same company/person? @Shibby seems to be legit if he indeed does possess the @duggal.com email address. They seem to be a reputable company in New York, NY, although I hadn't heard of them before.
  3. I'm also available to help if needed. I'll PM you.
  4. Ok, found an approximate solution! EJ Hassenfratz from Eyedesyn made a tutorial and he uses a Connector (Fixed mode) to connect the soft body to a null object with a Ghost dynamic tag on it.
  5. I would also be very interested in a solution to this! Did you make any progress on this @Catdama?
  6. This is truly mesmerizing and every detail is so precisely executed! Congrats! I love seeing the connections between nature, math, and art.
  7. @Hrvoje thanks! For 132 Block Gap Effector, if I wanted to connect the block and gap values in the Python code to User Data that I create on an Xpresso tag, how do I write that? I'm completely unfamiliar with Python- more used to Javascript expressions in AE.
  8. A simpler solution would be to move your background a little further away and the shadows should disappear!
  9. After you do the above, you will have to groom the hair using the Hair tools to get it to lay flat in the correct areas, flow in the right direction, be shorter in some areas and longer in others, etc.
  10. I ran across this super cute work on Behance by Renegades of Phong: https://www.behance.net/gallery/68651919/SOFT-BUDDIES-(Simulated-Friendship)
  11. If the above looks too hard, look into some basic "box modeling" tutorials. @Cerbera gave you a pretty great tutorial here, but obviously if none of the tools are familiar I can see how it would seem too difficult. Unfortunately, modeling the "easy" way usually just leads to more headaches and frustration later on.

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