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    Overlaying wall effect?

    Hey paul, or any of you. Can you tell me how paul overlayed his poster on to the wall? so you can see some of it? Like this:




    Thanks.

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    Re: Overlaying wall effect?

    Nevermind sorry. figured it out haha.

    Just the fill button :P

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    Re: Overlaying wall effect?

    It was map displacement Ready..
    And it's my poster by the way

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    Re: Overlaying wall effect?

    Quote Originally Posted by Remote-Medic View Post
    It was map displacement Ready..
    And it's my poster by the way
    oh sorry.

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