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    How can I change the text size for one letter

    On the 3DA demo there is a stage logo scene that has
    (littleton HOCKEY BANTOM A). How was the A created?

    And if I wanted the first letters in each word L H & B
    larger than the rest of the letters, how can I create
    do this?

    Thanks

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    Once you've made the text the letters are just polygons so you can resize them as you like.

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    Would I resize the letters in the Modeler or lightwave 7.5?

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    Either, but for a "permanent" change (you can always size it up later) do it in Modeler. It's easier to manipulate there as well since you can size from anywhere not just the pivot.

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