Le 2021-05-14 à 09:07, kurtz le pirate a écrit :
> Thanks guys. That's what I thought :(
> Bad news for me. I need to find a way to make the appearance of the
> isosurface more random.
> Changing the generator in the loop does not change the appearance enough.
#declare R = seed(0);
then, do this :
#local RX = rand(R)*100;
#local RY = rand(R)*100;
#local RZ = rand(R)*100;
Then, change your calls as follow :
That way, the samplings for the function are jittered around, resulting
in different objects.
Instead of using a random value, you could also use the intended
displacement of the isosurface as an offset.
This will have an effect similar to applying a pattern to an union as a
Then, in some cases, adding some random rotation can work great to make
identical irregular objects look different.
before translating your objects to their final location.
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