Charicatured Schmarty

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Charicatured Schmarty by atartanian Feb 12, 2013
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Yeah, is there a free software to play with Inverse Laplacian? Or did you use a math package like matlab?

This was done with the Laplacian Smooth modifier in the upcoming release of Blender, 2.66. You can download release candidate builds from http://graphicahll.orggraphicahll.org

If you want more help on how to do this with blender, send me a PM :)

I figured it out. I saw it in 2.65 but it doesn't seem to work. I thought you were using some other actual "Inverse" Laplacian Smooth. But in 2.66 you just put a negative number for factor and bump the number of "repeats" until ... hilariousness! Thanks.

is this an openscad function?
It does give a humorous caricature effect
i see bobbleheads being made from scans using this technique