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Found 2 results

  1. Gabriel Chan

    Random Extrude

    Here's a tricky one to start the year... I have a set design that roughly has 1500 circles, all of the same diameter of 60mm. I'm looking to extrude them at a range of different heights, somewhere between 200mm and 800mm. The dispersion of these different heights should be as random as possible to create an organic feel. Is there any way of efficiently doing the above, possibly with scripts? Gabriel
  2. Marissa Farrell

    Marionette Triangulation

    Version 1.0.0

    68 downloads

    A recent discussion with a coworker prompted the idea of populating a source shape with random triangulations - this is what has evolved. Notes: These objects require the Python libraries NumPy and SciPy to be installed to your computer. A prompt will appear when you modify any of the objects. These libraries will be installed to your User Library > Python Externals. It is 100% okay to delete these libraries at any time, the only thing that will happen is that networks that rely on those libraries will require you to download them again.

 

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