Surface texture wizard?

Surface texture wizard?

Postby frozen.rabbit » 10 Aug 2018, 09:07

What is it? what does it do? Have registered version of KS, says it's a Premium feature, but loads the interface.
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Re: Surface texture wizard?

Postby pjr » 10 Aug 2018, 17:16

You load a grey scale image (or create a random-ish bitmap) and that is then "printed" on vertical walls.

It's possible to scale the image; it's "printed" by varying the extrusion of the perimeter (perimeter must be printed after loops).

I tested it on a 2 cm cube with my avatar; I was very pleased with the result, but it's probably not something I would use all the time.

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Re: Surface texture wizard?

Postby frozen.rabbit » 10 Aug 2018, 17:39

I thought it might be something like velocity painting.
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Re: Surface texture wizard?

Postby MacBain68 » 11 Aug 2018, 08:33

pjr wrote:I tested it on a 2 cm cube with my avatar; I was very pleased with the result


Can you post a picture of this test cube?
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Re: Surface texture wizard?

Postby pjr » 11 Aug 2018, 16:39

MacBain68 wrote:Can you post a picture of this test cube?


I looked for the photo earlier, but couldn't find it.. Then I had a thought. It was still on my phone :).

Please note that these are very early tests, so do not show up as well as with later KISS versions.

IMG_20171018_134144.jpg
Random noise bitmap


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Avatar. Note that it's reversed and repeated around the cube starting from the centre of the side.


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