Slab with Holes

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Slab with Holes

Postby Simon » Thu Feb 22, 2018 4:20 pm

Curvy 3.0 Slabs extruded a single curve to make an object. In 4.0 you can use multiple curves to cut out holes in the shape - effectively making some high quality meshes very simply (and still editable live as before)

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In this case the Curves were imported from Inkscape as SVG, but you can sketch Slabs with holes directly in Curvy too.

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Re: Slab with Holes

Postby Simon » Fri Feb 23, 2018 7:36 pm

Another simpler example: This time Macaroni curves draw directly in Curvy.

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And the Curves...

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Re: Slab with Holes

Postby Funken » Sun Feb 25, 2018 8:17 pm

Hello Simon, a question regarding the upcoming SVG functionality: will it be possible to drag & drop or to copy/paste a SVG curve from an illustration program (let's say Inkscape) to Curvy 3D? Loading from a file through the menu would be ok, too, but also a bit cumbersome.
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Re: Slab with Holes

Postby Simon » Sun Feb 25, 2018 10:05 pm

I hope so. I love using drag & drop to place layers into Gimp. So much easier if you keep the folders open rather than having to dig through a file popup.

I just need to google how to do it :) And then any file should be able to be dropped into the right place, OBJ, SVG, Textures, all just drop into place.
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