[Sidefx-houdini-list] Modeling lines from existing geometry

Floyd Gillis floyd at afcg.com
Thu Jul 20 11:36:42 EDT 2006

Hi Jim,

Using the group sop IS simpler than using the curve function... but is
there a way to get the "pattern" from the group sop into the add sop
without a manual cut and paste?

It's crazy, but this is what I've been doing... cutting and pasting the
pattern from the curve sop into an add sop, then adding the attribute
transfer.  Using the group sop has fewer steps... I don't need the
attribute transfer, and I don't have to remove all the p's in front of
every point number in the curve sop pattern when pasting into the add

> From: jrutherford at stclaircollege.ca
[mailto:jrutherford at stclaircollege.ca]
> when you first mentionned it, I thought about how I used to do it by
> having a group sop go into an add sop and then convert to nurbs curve.
> I'd just pick the points into the group...seems just as fast as using
> curve on a template.
> > It's working... but seems clunkier than I expected.
> >
> > When you're interactively making data using the curve function and
> > snapping from point to point... is there a way for the points to
> > maintain their attributes?
> >
> > If I manually enter the point numbers into an Add SOP, (not
> > in this case), I get a new line with the point attributes of the
> > original data... nice.
> >
> > Floyd
> >
> >
> >> Thanks everyone,
> >>
> >> ...making lines now.
> >>
> >> It does seem a little "hidden", especially since functions like
> > Polyknit
> >> or Delete work right out-of-the-box.
> >>
> >> Floyd

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