Question on masking strait lines

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Question on masking strait lines

Postby drawsattention » Sun Dec 14, 2014 10:47 pm

Is there is way to mask straight lines? For example: putting a t or cross shape mask on a cube... Then you pull up and voila! A roof. Still loving this program and learned so much. This is the one program that makes 3D FUN.Please let me know and Happy Holidays!
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Re: Question on masking strait lines

Postby Simon » Mon Dec 15, 2014 5:27 pm

After trying out painting masks and using the "Mask/Spike" menu command to sharpen up the mask effect, I think it is not easy to get straight edges by masking and pulling a mesh.

However you might be able to make roof shapes with Slab objects with straight edges made like prisms. 2 such prisms if moved to overlap would make a good T shape roof.

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The other possibility is to start with a Loft and carefully make a greyscale image of the extrusion you want, if you leave the edges black it should make a "block" with the extruded shape of the greyscale Curvy Map.
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