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« on: September 22, 2013, 02:17:29 PM »

Another L-System image created with the application FraSZle.

    
 
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« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2013, 05:27:24 PM »

Are you able to export lsystems from Frazle - I wonder as you have some shadow going on behind in this picture?
I'm sure I managed to find a way of taking a saved .ls lsystem file and importing it into another program  like Linsys3d to output 3d mesh other than 3d zbuffer.obj from Fraszle
I can't remember how though.
I often would set up a random batch render of a couple of hundred and pick out interesting ones.
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http://kandid.sourceforge.net/
Produces nice images with similar shapes Symetricifs I think


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« Reply #2 on: September 30, 2013, 05:58:07 PM »

    Are you able to export lsystems from Frazle - I wonder as you have some shadow going on behind in this picture?
    I'm sure I managed to find a way of taking a saved .ls lsystem file and importing it into another program like
    Linsys3d to output 3d mesh other than 3d zbuffer.obj from Fraszle
    I can't remember how though.   I often would set up a random batch render of a couple of hundred and pick out interesting ones.
    Also        http://kandid.sourceforge.net/        Produces nice images with similar shapes Symetricifs I think

Yes, FraSZle will allow one to export a rendered L-System image to an .OBJ file.  After it has created the image, just go to the FILE menu option, scroll down to where it says EXPORT... and then choose SAVE LSystem to OBJ...   You will see a popup dialog window allow you to specify the file name and where you want it to be saved to.   Of course it will probably be very large in size, several megabytes, due to the number of voxels.
 
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« Reply #3 on: September 30, 2013, 06:20:50 PM »

Thanks. I can save zbuffer obj file but not Q polygon.
Just not sure how to use the resulting file. I'll do a bit more digging  smiley
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