About 'Making A Curve 3 Dimensional'!

6_sg_bec
sketching-geometry
environments

#1

In this video (objectives)…

  1. Whilst keeping the curve as a curve object create real geometry
  2. Explore the different options

After watching (learning outcomes)…

You will be able to use your curves as real geometry

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#2

Created a super simple meadow :


#3

I used my grass curve that I made from a grease pencil sketch and made 3 grass plants (One Fill Mode Full, one Back and one Front Fill). I wanted to see if they looked different from each other in Rendered form. This is the result:


#4

Had issues with the curve making lots more vertices and not sure why but the more depth made it worse. Ended up with a depth of 0.001


#5

I started with curves that had an astonishing plethora of verts. To reduce the geometry, after a bit of experimentation, I used the “Decimate Curve” command (In Edit Mode: Curve --> Clean up --> Decimate Curve) to reduce it to a factor of 0.1.

I ended up with a nice clean curve I could work with to arrive at this.