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wgreenlee1
09-07-2002, 04:08 AM
http://thespread.topcities.com/ (http://www.thespread.topcities.com/)

You have to have this in your modeling tool kit!!!
Awesome plug!!!
This should be in Lightwave 8!

Valkyrien
09-07-2002, 04:32 AM
mind explaining it? broken link;)

wgreenlee1
09-07-2002, 04:50 AM
Well the link is broke because everyone is trying to get in there to get it.
Its like Point Clone Plus that comes with lightwave but about 10000Xbetter.
It carrys the weight maps with the cloned object and this is the first time I really cloned the UVs without a problem either.
You can use it to clone to points or polys in the background layer.
This is almost on the level of 'Steve Worley' type stuff as far as usefulness of a plugin.

Quote from the author:
"PointCloneExtra is an LScript version of the native LightWave plug-in called Point Clone Plus. Although it wasnt my original reason for creating this script, PointCloneExtra keeps weight maps intact, while, for some reason, Point Clone Plus does not.

PointCloneExtra is currently in its third revision and sports a couple of extra features."

Valkyrien
09-07-2002, 04:57 AM
Ah, I see... might come in handy someday i suppose!:D

LyonHaert
09-07-2002, 05:46 AM
actually, the link was broken because the link showed http://thespread.topcities.com/ but pointed to http://www.thespread.topcities.com/

and his account is suspended because we went over his bandwidth limit.

dies-irae
09-07-2002, 08:52 AM
well, i think, we should apologize for being the hungry boys we are!!

weightmap keeping point clone plus?
very handy!!

Wesball
09-07-2002, 12:34 PM
Ooohhh Ooohhh Ooohhh.

I want it, I want it. :applause:

I've been trying to cover something in feathers and and this plug will do the trick perfectly.

wgreenlee1 can you email it to me or something?

the link is still broken.



:drool:

Joril
09-07-2002, 12:46 PM
I used points clone extra in my previous challenge(BoB). Yes, for feathers, check the links below.
Very usefull, although a bit to plump to work with to get the perfect results, for feathers anyway.

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