[Sidefx-houdini-list] Duplicating a curve
chandra at digital.com.np
Wed Mar 12 07:22:32 EDT 2008
Thanks, it worked after I restarted Houdini.
Now, I need to find out how to do this. Maybe you can help..
I used a Copy SOP to duplicate boxes over a curve. How can I make the copied
boxes tapered towards the top. Big box on the bottom and it grows smaller to
Thank you for all the help.
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I don't figure that out. Have you done a reference copy? Create a new
Transform Sop directly from the network pane.
Chandra Maharzan wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> I tried that but somehow when I transform in one xform (z axis )it also
> the same parameter on the other xform.. so weird.
> Any clue why its doing that?
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> [mailto:sidefx-houdini-list-bounces at sidefx.com] On Behalf Of Stephen
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> you could append two transform nodes, and then merge them together?
> _ | _
> | |
> xform1 xform2
> |_ |
> _ |
> Here's hoping the diagram works.
> Chandra Maharzan wrote:
>> Hi Again,
>> I have a small problem and wanted to know how to do it.
>> I built a curve. I need to duplicate that curve so there are 2 curves.
>> need to transform one curve to -5 and one to +5. Can this be done by a
>> single curve node? If so how?
>> Thanks guys, help very much appreciated!
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