Create Steps

The Construction Parameters:

  • U Faces (Default=8): Range [3, …] Number of faces along the step surface (remind, the number is influebnced by the number of subdivision levels)
  • V Faces (Default=8): Range [1, …] Each 2 V-faces make one entirely new step.
  • Flatten ends (Default=checked): If checked, then the steps get closed on the sides (see image above).

With steps it becomes really easy to get the basic shape for all sort of stairs and roofs.

The Construction Parameters:

  • U Faces (Default=8): Range [3, …] Number of faces along the step surface (remind, the number is influebnced by the number of subdivision levels)
  • V Faces (Default=8): Range [1, …] Each 2 V-faces make one entirely new step.
  • Flatten ends (Default=checked): If checked, then the steps get closed on the sides (see image above).

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  1. Hayden says:

    I’ve tried these steps and it seems that use the sphere stitching type instead of the expected plane stitching type. It took me a while to figure this out why the edges of my stairs were messing up.

    So my question, is there a way to change the stitching type before you bake, or while baking? This could potentially be valuable for other things, like being able to use a cylinder stitching type for the “bricks”

  2. hth action says:

    You actually make it appear really easy together with your presentation but I to find this matter to be actually one thing that I believe I’d by no means understand. It kind of feels too complicated and very wide for me. I’m having a look forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it!

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