View Full Version : Paint Stroke+Glow...how?
09 September 2003, 08:13 PM
Hello, I'm another LW/DFX Upgrade rookie...I'm going through the tutorials and I'm trying to make an individual paint stroke glow, any help would be awesome! Thanks.
09 September 2003, 01:40 AM
or you just trying to attach a glow to a paint mask?
09 September 2003, 02:48 AM
Hey, thanks for the help, and that way is probably the easier method than what i was trying to do. I was trying to get only 1 of the strokes to glow out of the bunch that were made. But I guess its easier to just set up another node for those strokes I want to have a glow for. Thanks for the help and flow example!!!
09 September 2003, 04:46 AM
glad it worked for ya :applause:
prolly an easier way
09 September 2003, 05:27 AM
Thanks again! Now I want to pick your brain a little more. How do I turn a stroke into a polyline. I followed the tutorials in the courseware, and I must be doing something wrong, because I can't figure it out. And question #2, I bought the extra modules and everything installed fine, however I'm missing the buttons for them in the toolbar. Do you know how to add them? They work fine from the drop-down menu otherwise. Once again thanks alot!
09 September 2003, 12:39 PM
#1 the paint stroke you need to modify ? look on modifiers tab under stroke controls ...make editable
#2 right click on toolbar just drag them to the place you want em :surprised
http://www.eyeonline.com/products/digital_fusion/screenshots/df_fullscreen.jpg eyeon screenshot for placement
Control b <bins> is much easier than tool bars if your dual screen.
The df interface can be modded to almost any way you like it
09 September 2003, 09:16 PM
Well it turns out that the Make Editable function for paint strokes doesn't work in DFX+ and will be fixed in the next update according to the tech support at Eyeon. Thanks for your help Salatar, I'm sure I'll be asking more questions as time goes on.
01 January 2006, 01:00 AM
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