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Filip | 11 months ago | 9 comments | 4 likes | 322 views

Ulli, SparkyVegas, PAT67 and 1 other like this!

@ Vincent, sometimes you have to use a different angle to solve a problem.
You can make Fusilli with BT. It's but one possibility. There are better ways.

Maybe an effect to swirl a text character?


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Filip, what does it do?

snafu, 11 months ago

Absolutely Great !!!! i had never thought about using the twist property. Thank you. And besides, you just saved Michiel's weekend.

vincent, 11 months ago


Fantastic Filip! Thank you :)

LostBoyz, 11 months ago


Thnx all. Snafu it doesn't do anything. Its a piece of pasta made with BluffTitler.
You can create a virtual meal from this part.

Filip, 11 months ago


Great, real pasta. Thank you, Filip!

Ulli, 11 months ago




Have you already played around with the roll feature of Bixelangelo?

I has been designed for the creation of roller coasters, but can be used for lots of other things.. including pasta!

Easiest way is to use the Corkscrew element (choose WINDOW > Element). In this example I have added this element a few times with the Radius prop set to 0.

Don't forget to export the roll info by marking the Roll checkbox in the FILE > Save as... Export dialog.

Lots of interesting shapes can be created when playing around with the settings:
-the corkscrew settings in Bixelangelo
-the Smooth, Size and Pen size properties of the Sketch layer in BluffTitler

www.outerspace-software.com...

michiel, 11 months ago




Michiel: I've seen the light...it works!

Filip, 11 months ago


I did some tests too, works very well. thanks Filip and michiel.

vincent, 11 months ago


Merci avec ce procédé je pense qu'on peut aussi créer des vis et des ressorts.

PAT67, 11 months ago


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