:shock: Have you seen the "reflecting pool" animated graphic images and wished you could make one of your favorite ship model? I just ran across some software that allows you to do it, and best of all, it's a FREE download. Go to www.xiberpix.com and look for a downloadable program called "Sqirlz Water Reflect." The first time I tried, I created a pretty credible avi file of photo #19 in the Wilhelmshaven San Francisco thread of the ships apparently sitting in port with positively realistic wave action. It only took this dummy about 10 minutes of fooling with the program to do it, and without opening the help files even....so you know it's easy to used. The program is stand-alone, so you don't need a high-end graphics application to use it, even, and is only a 600 kB download, so has a real small footprint on your hard drive. Unfortunately, the avi file came out way too large to post (about one meg after zipping it), but it is still a way to produce some eye-popping images on your own web site. I play around with the program some more, I may be able to figure out the file compression options in the program's save dialog, but still guess the final product will be too large for directly posting in a thread. The website has a couple other free image manipulation programs that may be of interest (a multiple-image morpher and an image-distortion program).