Worn edges


#1

Just found a new great plugin

http://www.informatik.uni-bremen.de/~bwf/worn_edges/

It was published in an german magazine


#2

I did try a couple of days ago, and it is pretty slick:)

But a warning, do work on a copy of your work (and don’t run any other app as well)

It -does- occationaly make the computer hard crash.

Cheers
Lennart


#3

hmm very cool but the download doens’t seem to work for me.


#4

This is a great find! VERY cool. I could actually use this on a current project… BUT, unfortunatley, the link to the plugin seems to be dead…

If anyone has it, maybe you could post a working link?

I saw on other forums a few references to the link being dead, and then alive again… but right now it’s dead.


#5

Seems to be a mis-spelling on the URL

Found this one by experimentation - see if it works for you

http://www.informatik.uni-bremen.de/~bwf/worn_edges/plugin/wornEdges.zip

Edit: now had a little play with this - nice plugin and I love the little chunks it bites out of things. A bit slow and not completely interactive, but you can do “current state to object” to get a baked version out of it, if it is slowing things down. A lot easier than eroding things manually.


#6

Worked for me! thanks.


#7

That is looking great indeed! Thanks for sharing the link!
And thanks for the warning Lennart!

odo


#8

oh man, it is like winning the lottery! do I have a use/need for this!

thx

Paul


#9

Schweeet!

Thanks basilisk!


#10

Got it freeze Cinema after about 5 seconds, second time around it worked great! Neat little thing. Too bad the edge has to be over 60°. Like how you can modify the splines.


#11

Sorry guys for such a mess

had a HD crash and was reading some magzines while installing and found this in a german magazine of this month ,so i thought it shouldbe a nice Plug

Sorry


#12

Don’t be sorry, it’s very useful! As someone mentioned earlier I saved everything before hand and will do so in the future when using it. Can’t think of any other way to get that kind of effect quickly :slight_smile:


#13

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