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Anonymous
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Shell

Wanted to share my first compound for Bifrost.

 

It makes a shell out of any mesh, independent of topology.

 

Hope it's useful for someone else as well.

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Anonymous
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mjcg91
in reply to: Anonymous

great work !

Maxime Jeanmougin - Technical Artist
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Anonymous
in reply to: mjcg91

Thanks! I'm only just dipping my toes in Bifrost, but it was used on a production so might it might be helpful for others.

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Christoph_Schaedl
in reply to: Anonymous

I like those compound. Its really cool!

 

We have a special mesh here that does not work with the Maya extrude thikness.

This mehs does have a different problem with your compound. Maybe there is a way to fix it.?

 

This mesh is create from a plane but does move some verticies inwards.

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Message 6 of 8

I did some more research in other tools. And it looks like everything is correct with your compound.

Nothing to see. Great work!

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Anonymous
in reply to: Christoph_Schaedl

@Christoph_Schaedl does that mean it working on your mesh?

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Christoph_Schaedl
in reply to: Anonymous

Yes it does work. I did a comparison with other tools and everything is fine.

The strange shift in the surface is caused by the twist of the plane.

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