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Filip | 2 years ago | 5 comments | 7 likes | 927 views

LostBoyz, Dani, Ulli and 4 others like this!

As SmsgtRod asked can we make individual moving pennants. The answer is:
YES WE CAN! (blufftitler is amazing).

But the next question is: Should we?
I don"t know yet. In my opinion it asks a lot of work and it takes a lot power from the video card in your computer.

Well let me know, what do you think?

In the zip file are two try-out shows.


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Thanks Filip for the share and your time to experiment, isn't it wonderful.

komies, 2 years ago


Thanks for sharing!

snafu, 2 years ago

@Filip.....WOW the pennant one looks very close to real....I see how you did that which drags me back to the realism issue. Please don't work on it just a simple yes or no will be fine.
Could the line be slackened so that it could move in the wind too? Seems then that the pennants would look wrong as they are not really attached to the line.
I tried one between two masts and the masts swayed..LOL Then did it with the line free from the masts and the ends didn't stay attached.

Are there stick points available in BT so we can attach items and have them react differently yet in conjunction with one another? As clothes on a clothes line blowing in the breeze yet the line bouncing as they do from the load.

@komies....Wonderful isn't the half of it!! LOL This place is overflowing with talent. All so willing to assist and train. Kind of like me going to the Philharmonic, asking the lead violinist to teach me how to play my danged fiddle. The lead violinist comes to my house any time of day or night for the lessons!! LOL Only wish I could retain the information from day to day.

SMSgtRod, 2 years ago

@SMSgtRod, you're welcome. Keep on trying and stay amazed.
I'm learning still.

Filip, 2 years ago


@Filip....I do for sure.....problem is I'll learn something today and then tomorrow have to figure it all out again so I can do it one more time! LOL

My life has become nothing but a clutter of Post-It-Notes....

Sarge

SMSgtRod, 2 years ago

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