ps Frame is not Zb
I've always prefered the KnotPlot utility. Here's one I made with KnotPlot and Bryce a couple of years ago.
Damned fine, AgentSmith. Guess I'm going to have another new toy to play with this weekend.
KnotPlot .. 5 minute play before going to work. The prog saves each torus as a separate obj, but I just loaded all in Poser (saved messing about with MultiMarkers) and then imported into ZB. These two progs (KnotPlot and Knots3D) are astonishing.
Last edited by Moochie; 09-16-05 at 02:07 AM.
From a more recent version of KnotPlot (earlier this year).
Yeah, these knot programs are absolute must have freeware, imho.
Qué cosas más curiosas se pueden hacer con tu programita, Lemonnado y en apenas unos minutos. Esto es fabuloso para incorporar objetos complejos en las ilustraciones. Es cuestión de echarle un ojo al que nos presenta el AgentSmith.
Gracias a ambos.
Great stuff, it was knotplot that got me to thinking of how to create a script in Zbrush to manipulate zspheres, all of which resulted in Zif Click, Zif Worm and ZCurve.
Here is a not so good example of using Zcurve, hopefully I will have some time in the near future to add to this thread with some new endeavors.
Wooow, I just downloaded it, amazing. Making a knot, inflate and twist it, fun!
It is those pesky Alien Crop Circles back again, this time they picked Zbrush to do there work..
To Be, Or Knot To Be.....
You don't need to use markers to import all the objs into ZBrush. Just import the first obj then in the Tool>Import options click the Add button and then import the rest. For KnotPlot you'll need to turn off all the flip and switch import options in the Preferences palette.Originally Posted by Moochie
Lemo, that is truly scary.