William F Pokorny <ano### [at] anonymousorg> wrote:
> Roughly a year ago I re-worked the wood pattern and implemented an
> inbuilt function called f_wood() ...
> The documentation text from functions.inc: ...
> Though aimed at creating wood patterns, the function can be used with
> any gradient of values.
> Eight parameters required:
thinking aloud about the simulation, and not having used 'f_wood()' yet, as user
I think I'd like one simple (wrapper) function/macro where, ideally, I'd only
provide an "age" (ie #rings) and some average "annual" growth value to obtain a
pattern, and maybe a rand seed. (I guess all eight parameters will be needed
when "tuning" some aspect(s) of the render)
unrelated, but I've only found out about two _exciting_ Tcl extensions; thinking
that when 'povr'/POV-Ray compiles, the "library" of backend stuff which is
linked late in the process, I'm fairly certain, could be (mis-)used ;-) with
either of these:
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