[Bf-committers] Question about feature update for Blender 3D.
poweruserm at live.com.au
Fri Sep 22 13:22:20 CEST 2017
To who it may concern,
I've got a modelling issue that touches on meshes, NURBS surfaces and
freestyle line edges.
The entire thing is visible at the artists forum,
How do I solve this Freestyle Lines problem?<https://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?402757-How-do-I-solve-this-Freestyle-Lines-problem&highlight=>
-In this example, one lines group appears and the other doesn't, despite the fact that both situations are parallel identical. One of these problems begins at frame 380. I should certainly get a symmetrical, consistent display of lines in this situation. How can I prevent rendering doing my Freestyle Edges so inconsistently?
I need some kind of way, be it via an enhanced layers system or otherwise,
to allow a way to have surfaces, associating strictly with their freestyle line edges,
to "stack" in the subsequent order they are introduced. By introduced,
I mean brought into surface coincidence. I then need a camera to
render and interpret these coincident surfaces as "stacking",
top down, even though they are coincident.
I need this feature so that I can use blender keyframe animation to simulate a paper
folding situation, where I may "virtualise" away any paper thickness.
I need only use one surface reference on all surfaces, and while my model
is only a mesh one, perhaps in wider theory it implies to NURBS surfaces
Is there anything going on towards version 2.8, or anyone really, who could
take a look at my feature request here and perhaps do something about accomplishing
this? Or even pointing me in the correct Blender direction if I'm wrong?
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