zippy_painter

Zippy Painter

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$10.00

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Product Description

Zippy Painter is a scripted plugin for 3ds Max which allows users to paint dynamically simulated objects onto the surfaces or in 3D space. This tool makes it fun for artists to add detail to their 3D environments. Check out the videos of Zippy to see it in action.

Painting Tips

Default – (Click + Drag)
– In this mode objects will be painted onto the surfaces of objects or in 3D space based on the projection distance. That rotation of the objects will be controlled by the randomization settings.

Align To Surface– (Click + Drag + Shift)
– In this mode objects will be painted onto the surfaces of objects and orient themselves to the surface normal of the object being painted on.

Align To Surface & Stroke Direction – (Click + Drag + Shift + Ctrl)
– In this mode objects will be painted onto the surfaces of objects and orient themselves to the surface normal of the object being painted on. The objects will also be then rotated to face the direction of the cursor’s stroke.

Erase/Remove – (Alt + Drag + Alt)
– In this mode objects which were previously painted, will be removed when the cursor brush comes into contact with them.

Adjust Paint Distance – (Alt + Ctrl + Move Cursor Up/Down)
– This combination of keys allows the user to adjust the paint distance from the camera.  Moving your cursor downwards (towards the bottom of the computer screen) will decrease the distance. Moving your cursor upwards (towards the top of the computer screen) will increase the distance. The teal line represents the paint brush in 3D space, by drawing a line from the brush to the grid.

Additional information

Compatibility

3ds Max 2012 or newer

2 reviews for Zippy Painter

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Thanks John, beginning to like your scripts. I know I am a pain at times but your scripts do make modelling much easier.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    How to capture animation (simulation)?

    • There is no way to capture the simulation. If you want to do that you would have to manually use the simulation tools in Max. This tool is designed just to make it easier to places objects dynamically in the scene.

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