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Jedi_Hero

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#1 9 years ago

hey i need help i am making yet another map and instead of square brushes how do i get circle brushes?




heath1992

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#2 9 years ago

They don't exist. Brushes are made up of planes, while circular objects are made up of curves.

RichDiesal's JK2Radiant Mapsource - Mapping University

Look at... General Concepts 102 - Lesson 4: Basic Curves and the Curves 201 section. That should help you out.




AshuraDX

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#3 9 years ago

WRONG there are circle brushes they are called arbritary sided brushes but using oathces and curves is better for round stuff :D




heath1992

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#4 9 years ago

No, I was correct. Arbitrary sided brushes are not rounded. No matter how many sides you use, it will still have flat edges.




AshuraDX

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#5 9 years ago
heath1992;4959377No, I was correct. Arbitrary sided brushes are not rounded. No matter how many sides you use, it will still have flat edges.

I meant they come pretty close to a round brush :P

it's like a lowpoly cylinder in 3ds max




heath1992

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#6 9 years ago

AshuraDX;4959388I meant they come pretty close to a round brush :P

it's like a lowpoly cylinder in 3ds max

Yeah, I know. =p I'm just under the impression that SuperSonic12 was talking about true circles, seeing as how you can make any arbitrary sided brush with the clipper tool.