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I'm running some tests on making clouds from data, to model around a sphere. The test renders are below. I was wondering if there is any way to use flatten command in the cloud node to radially flattening them. It is too fluffy now. I have tried flattening the underlying geometry but that does not create the desired thinness. Also, I have used equirectangular satellite imagery of clouds to place geometry around a sphere. This geometry is the source for the cloud rig. If you have a better method of doing this, that would be great too. I'm a noob to Houdini and I am figuring it out as I go along. Thanks!