EZ Prism Star modeling

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Michael your videos are great and always informative. Thanks...
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Whipped that out before church. Would have taken me until next Sunday to do that :(
Thanks for the great video Michael. It’s now bookmarked for future use

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Well, thank you all! I’m happy to hear it is helpful!
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For a “totally off the cuff and unscripted” video that was a most most excellent tutorial!
Thank you for the education.
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Thank you! I was going to just draw all the vectors before leaving the house so I would have everything ready to go after lunch. But, I couldn’t resist and just went ahead and did the video in one take right then and there! (I wanted to keep it around 5 or 6-minutes, but ran a couple minutes longer since I didn’t do a practice run.)
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Wow Michael...that really helps. Thanks so much for pumping this out...especially before church :)

It was VERY helpful and it's bookmarked. I will play with 2-rail sweeps more now that I have a better understanding. I'm sure it'll help me develop some of my own models (which haven't gone so well in the past :D )

THANKS AGAIN Michael!!!
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You are very Welcome!
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thanks , turned out good

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Excellent tutorial. Thanks,

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