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Morphing by Joseph Choma

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A mound

Reversing the x and z of a shape alters that shape’s orientation, making it perpendicular to its previous orientation. Here, a cylinder and a sphere are reorientated along the horizontal axis, and cut into a barrel vault and dome. By combining parts of the cylinder and the sphere, a mound is generated. The mound is confined to either a square or a rectangular plan, depending on which shape’s x-coordinate is expressed.

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