[PD] gem-models

Nikola Jeremic nikola.jeremic at googlemail.com
Sun Mar 4 17:07:56 CET 2007

this came out as an interesting topic :) btw, im now 1 week with wings3d and
i love it.
But now i have the next question:

is it possible to do something with a model in pd? i have it quite static at
the moment... and is there a good tutorial about [multimodel] and how to use
it? the help files is quite minimal. Is this the way to get more dynamic
models (like moving-rotating parts or something like that)?


On 3/4/07, chris clepper <cgclepper at gmail.com> wrote:
> In theory the bitmap should lay over the object using pix_texture, but
> that is not always the case in practice.  I added the ability to select
> groups to allow different textures for different parts of the model.  You
> need one model object per group to do this.
> On 3/3/07, Cypod <cypod25 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > In part 4 you demonstrate uv mapping with a bitmap. Have you
> > successfully got those uv mapped bitmaps onto geometry within gem? Do you
> > just include the bmp in the same folder with the obj and mtl?
> >
> >
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