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TrisArticulate

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darioOrtisi
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TrisArticulate

Hi.

I will like to share with all this simple (something, who know) mograph animation scene.

darioOrtisi_0-1630442569277.png

 

The idea is based to this: https://youtu.be/oKBVjWoS5_U?t=750

 

And off course is not finish yet. I will like to know how to offsetting the vertices and also, maybe extrude there is a compound somewere here in the forum.

Enjoy

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andrew.bkly
in reply to: darioOrtisi

Hey there,

Yeah there is an extrude compound on the Area downloads.

https://area.autodesk.com/downloads/all/compounds/

It looks like its able to offset the faces inwards for you as well as a function. I was able to build what you are going for quite quick with it.

 

Manually you could lerp between your faces points and the average center points to offset them inwards. There was a master class which explains how to break up the mesh into faces and manipulate each face which I found helpful but quite complicated, you may know already from making your blue points. Link below and some screenshots.

 

Screenshot 2021-09-01 103024.jpg

 

Screenshot 2021-09-01 102640.jpg

 

https://youtu.be/rUY9pO7UCjs?t=597

 

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darioOrtisi
in reply to: darioOrtisi

Hi @andrew.bkly 

Thanks. Yes i followed this Marcus Masterclass to get the disjoint face. As you says is complicated. This is why i share with all something ready. Even to me is complicated this masterclass(more complicated)

thanks

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darioOrtisi
in reply to: darioOrtisi

And here the updated scene with extrude

 

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