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  • Carlo
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    Carlo
    I think there is a vertical 6 grid. I don't see a horizontal grid.
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    this would work as a good reference, although it's only front view:

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    If your model is low poly, vertex paint is very sloppy and you would have to UV unwrap and texture it.
    If your model is many verts, vertex paint is pretty good.
    Might want to try procedural...
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    Your "3-part object" has been rasterized. It is no longer a group of 3 vector objects. It's one raster image.
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    My blender only makes smoothies and margaritas. It's not good at physics and strand emitters.

    As for the original question, atd666, I'm not sure what your question is. The document in your...
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    I've always wondered how to achieve that effect. Can that be acheived in Illustrator?

    Looks cool!
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    • #3
      you know, I'm not sure why, but it makes me think of golf!

      ONE MORE POST, DY, AND YOU'LL BE IN THE 2000+ CLUB!!!
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      • #4
        Are you referring to the halftone screen? If so, it can be done in a few simple steps using Photoshop. As for illustrator, I'm not sure how it would be done, if it's possible.

        1. Make a monochromatic image or shape you want to add the effect to.
        2. Add a gaussian blur that gives you a good, soft edge, but leaves some definition.
        3. Change mode to gray scale, then to bitmap...
        4. Choose halftone screen as the method, and reduce the frequency number. Use trial and error to adjust the number as you see fit.

        (YAY for #2000!)

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