Possible to build this 2d object in E3D?

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Possible to build this 2d object in E3D?

Postby hector-nado on 08/8/2016, 9:43 am

Hi there. I want to make a 3d version of this 2d vector image I've made. All I'm gonna do with it is spin it horizontally - so I want the two peaks to bend forward (the right one) and the other on backwards a bit. Most important thing is that it looks like the 2d image when seen from the front. Could anyone with some experience tell me if this is even possible with just E3D? Thank you very much. / Johan

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Re: Possible to build this 2d object in E3D?

Postby JPT7505 on 08/8/2016, 11:43 am

I don't think so because the deform affects the entire model, not just portions of it. You're best having it done in a dedicated 3D program.
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Re: Possible to build this 2d object in E3D?

Postby star+circle on 08/10/2016, 1:14 am

You could build it from two pieces. If they are completely flat (no extrusion depth), it can be tricky to get the two pieces to match up. I only used ambient occlusion for lighting here to keep it looking flat.
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