Martin Krol Tiger timelapse - Mirai bool?!

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  06 June 2002
Martin Krol Tiger timelapse - Mirai bool?!

Hi, I just watched MK's wonderfull Tiger construction timelapse video and I wonder about one thing. There's this kinda gas mask that he constructs for the tigers head. He creates a cylinder and than lots of little cylinders that go across that main cyl. Now, he combined them in a way that little ones got chipped off by the big one. How can you do that in Mirai? I'm confused.

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  06 June 2002
why dont you go to the izware forums and ask him.
  06 June 2002
NOt being a Miari user I can still guess how this was done.

if you hav a cylidar and its pivot is in the centre, you can scale only in the local z (or whatever) axis and its should scale both ends back toward the centre. Doing this on all the copies would give it the illusion of chipping you speak of.

Just a guess.

You may also want to check out Bay Raitts forums as Martin is a Mod their too.
  06 June 2002
meloncully: IZware's site was down for a week or so. It's up again

Chico: Interesting, now that you've mentioned it. Maybe he did that but because of timelapse I couldn've noticed the tedious process of doing exactly that. It looked like real boolean.
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  01 January 2006
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