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    Polygon Islands 2.0 Now available!

    Just in time for SIGGRAPH, we are happy to announce that Polygon Islands v2.0 is out and available for purchase. Alexandre Labedade ( aka Alexx: http://earthwormjim.free.fr ) have created a new version of this tool, and it has so many improvements it has become a 2.0 release.

    Its faster and much smoother than the first version, and got more features in general:

    * Added taper and bend tool
    * User definable deformation center (“pivot”)
    * Preview of single islands when deforming
    * Creation of morphs based on current deformation
    * Creation of weight maps

    Check out Petter (MentalFish) demo-ing this puppy!

    http://vimeo.com/13562923

    Visit Liberty3d.com for more info or pick up your copy now at
    http://mentalfish.com/store/polygon-islands/
    Last edited by djlithium; 07-27-2010 at 06:27 AM.
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    jk, thanks for mention
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    Quote Originally Posted by MentalFish View Post


    jk, thanks for mention
    Bastard! :agree:
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    Nice work, all three of you !
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    ha! I am just sleep deprived
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    Cool stuff there guys!

    One thing though that I know I want to be able to do is to reverse the generated weight falloff, so instead of falling off from base to tipp, it falls off from the tip to the base.

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