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30th January 2008, 10:19 AM
I saw the pictures of the backgrounds of the serenity model and I have a request/question.
Is there any way to put angle readings on the slopes, I am a math person who loves perfection and I want to make my Serenity model as perfect as I can. Ne help is appreciated.
30th January 2008, 11:46 AM
What you see is what you get.
However, you could load the image into Lightwave as a backdrop in your viewport then use the Measure Angle tool to try and measure the angle you're looking at.
30th January 2008, 05:20 PM
Hey thanks alot...lol time to get out the ruler and protractor and compass.....Kinko's is gonna love my business now :)
Hey do you know how to get the wireframes of Serenity? I have seen distant pics and people talk about them but I havent been able to find a place to download and print them.
I dont want to be annoying or anything, but on the pictures that you have of Serenity, it shows arrows and lines and then the measurement of how long or tall that peice of Serenity is. Is the Length or distance, the length from arrow tip to arrow tip, or is it from the edge of one bar to the other, or the bar itself to the other bar itself...
I hope you can help me out here...
30th January 2008, 08:54 PM
Actually, the pictures I posted aren't mine. But, assuming they use standard drafting techniques, it would be the arrow tip.
Another reference you might want to explore is the Serenity model available in the Resources section. It's the television series version, but it's still Serenity.