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Posted: Sat Jun 25, 2011 12:41 am
by JLM
Hi Simon and Curvy users, thank you for sending me mac beta.
Wondering if there are any users using curvy models in flash and the work flow.

Ideally maybe would be good to get models out of curvy in this format..

but maybe I would need to export it via
which I guess uses one of these loaders ... rs/parsers
( think also has collada but not in latest away code )

although also interesed in getting the code repesetation of a curvy model directly in haXe... what language do use might this be possible to encode and rebuild ( thinking haxe remoting ) ?

For instance haXe does support shaders.

Sorry lots of questions I know almost nothing about 3d modeling, but have done some clay head sculpturing, lots of painting, and have used flash 3d engines quite a bit so wanting to maybe do some mobile and web games or tests, curvy looks to be suitable to an artist like me but have to work out how I cat get the model in haXe and make something interactive.

Posted: Sat Jun 25, 2011 10:54 am
by Simon
All the useful stuff comes out of Curvy in the OBJ export, this is a text based format that is really easy to write loaders/convertors for. It should be easy to convert this to AWD, and even load the data directly in haXe from a file.

That will work for meshes - but for the underlying curve based models there is no way to export and rebuild outside of Curvy.

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2011 11:47 am
by JLM
Is there any documentation on this export format and is it supported (enabled) in the mac version I am trying. thanks ;j

Posted: Sun Jun 26, 2011 3:01 pm
by Simon
Yes and yes. Here is the wiki

It's a full name is Wavefront OBJ file format.