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Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 8:09:36 AM | Make pattern&mapping bend

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Here is my new blogpost about "Arched Brick Lintel"

it's about how to make pattern and mapping bend.

This can be useful in some projects.

http://plevit1.blogspot.kr/2013/10/curved-pattern-and-mapping.html

Enjoy. :-)



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Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 2:03:47 PM | Make pattern&mapping bend

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dingohot,

 

I sure wish you had sound or at least a written description of what you are doing.  The platback is very fast and hard to follow.


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Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 5:30:05 AM | WWHub

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Quoting WWHub from 2013-10-29 09:03:47

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dingohot,

 

I sure wish you had sound or at least a written description of what you are doing.  The platback is very fast and hard to follow.

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hi WWHub.

Thanks for your advice. There are some reasons for no sound in my videos,(once I wrote reasons at one of my last posts) And If they have voice over, it will be with Korean first.   And if I play slow without sound, it must be just a long, loose and boring video.(that's what i feel when I watch some slow and long ones by others.) I prefer to show the essence as short as possible. It saves time for me and also for viewers.

I attached English subtitle at the last video which is the most complicated one in the post to follow I guess. Definitlly It saved less of my time, but i believe it will save more of viewer's.

Thanks again WWHub.


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Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 1:21:27 PM | Make pattern&mapping bend

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When I look for a tutorial and there is no sound or explination I don't even bother watching it.  Its hard enough to follow verbal or written instructions sometimes let alone having just visual.


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Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 2:06:10 PM | Make pattern&mapping bend

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What you are doing is strange and it needs to be explained. 

  1. It appears that by warping the surface, Revit then aligns the 2D pattern differently.  Is that correct?  
  2. Does it matter how much it is warped?  It looks like it is arbitrary.
  3. I notice that you changed to a vertical pattern rather than a horizontal pattern.  Why?  Wouldn't a horizontal pattern work the same?
  4. You jump so much from material to material, it is hard to see what you are doing and why.  I assume some of your choices were just mistakes or you changed your mind but that is just confusing.  If you script your process so you don't do that, it would help.

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Quoting WWHub from 2013-10-30 09:06:10

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What you are doing is strange and it needs to be explained. 

  1. It appears that by warping the surface, Revit then aligns the 2D pattern differently.  Is that correct?  
  2. Does it matter how much it is warped?  It looks like it is arbitrary.
  3. I notice that you changed to a vertical pattern rather than a horizontal pattern.  Why?  Wouldn't a horizontal pattern work the same?
  4. You jump so much from material to material, it is hard to see what you are doing and why.  I assume some of your choices were just mistakes or you changed your mind but that is just confusing.  If you script your process so you don't do that, it would help.

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1. Just applied material which has virtical surface pattern then paint only inner face with another material which has horizontal pattern. Because pattern can't be rotate on curved face in common.

2. Doesn't matter as i know.

3. See the answer no.1

4. Yes. I hesitated a little on choosing material, but i don't think it makes viewrs can't understand the important part of the video.

If u just try to make your's, i'm sure you will get the point of this tip(or trick).

Ps. Wasn't the subtitle helpful?


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