NextPreviousHomeWhich EPS files do you think Bixelangelo should generate?



michiel | 2 years ago | 4 comments | 7 likes | 663 views

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As you now, the sketch layer can render 3D curves, called "sketches". A sketch is nothing more than a collection of lines. Separate or connected.

A good application is a hand written text. Or a roller coaster.

But it can be used for much more. It can even be used to render a forest. Instead of hundreds of picture layers, a forest can be rendered with only 2 sketch layers: one for the trunks and one for the leaves.

The same trick can be used for the roller coaster support structure. It can be rendered with 2 sketch layers: one for the foundation and one for the structure.

The next version of Bixelangelo can generated those files fully automatically. It also generates a .bt show file to get you started.

A public beta of Bixelangelo will be launched very soon now. My question to you is: which EPS files should Bixelangelo generate as well?




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And this is how the track looks in Bixelangelo.

michiel, 2 years ago




Obstacle Cut
Perhaps we can have a sketch pass through an obstacle like the way a road passes
through a hill. The picture attached illustrates this.
We can have different profiles of the cut eg Rectangular, Square, Circular, Triangular etc

Thank you.

Kauzito, 2 years ago

Michiel´╝Ü Hello Bixelangelo public beta version, there are Chinese finished version?

liuyongcai, 2 years ago


First version will be English only. Maybe localization will be added later. Thank you for your request!

michiel, 2 years ago


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