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Desc:Gaze in wonder at the fruit of the most advanced morphing software of the 90s.
Category:Science & Technology, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:90s, CGI, morphing, Elastic Reality, Avid
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You accept ONE stinking tab of acid from the sketchy guy in the trailer park...
This program retailed for something like ,000.
Spaceman Africa
Doesn't matter if you're black or white
I would have totally downloaded this from a warez bbs if i had known about it.
I vaguely remember downloading v2 off of either Usenet or anonymous FTP.

Jet Bin Fever
I wouldve used it to morph my teacher into Hitler or my aunt into Hitler or my stepmother into Hitler or my pastor into Hitler or my...

It probably would not have run on your 286 with its 2MB of RAM.

John Holmes Motherfucker
I would have used it to morph Hitler into Liberace

Isn't the music by Professor SynthBanjo and the 4 Bar Loop Band?
I remember when they used this in Michael Jackson's "Black or White" video and my family thought it was amazing.
Robin Kestrel
I had Kai's Power Goo and some morphing-for-dummies program that came bundled with that.

Also, I *hated* that goddamn Godley & Creme song.
I've had a recent change of heart about those guys.

MacGyver Style Bomb
Man, they really shoehorned morphing effects into everything back then.
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