more beach balls

kb, the script runs when you press the animate buttons. andnbsp;Every new frame, the time of the frame is passed to the script and used as a variable. andnbsp;Make sense?

A little fun before bedtime. andnbsp;A ball with two animated textures. andnbsp; I think this works, posting it here.

George

Well….This is cool <!– s:D –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_biggrin.gif" alt=":D" title="Very Happy" /><!– s:D –>

Wow- turn it 90* and add eyelids. andnbsp;8)
Never noticed there isn’t a degree thing on the keyboard.
andnbsp; KB
andnbsp;While we’re here, Geo-
andnbsp;Do you animate the texture,then run the script? When I tried your 3DC file [just ran it] it just looked like an animated texture. Was it supposed to shimmer?

Goe
Yes it does. Played with the #’s to see what did what. Really interesting! If you would, could you send me, or post the source code for the beach ball? I’d like to see the settings.
andnbsp;Found tutorial on vbscripting [ W3 Schools] good place to start?

KB

the code is the same as I sent you in the other forum. andnbsp;The beach ball is the same as in the tutorials, but with two textures. andnbsp;I think the faces are textured alternately with two textures, and every second face turned 90 degrees. andnbsp;Something like that.

I’ve been meaning to update and check the tutorial scripts but … maybe next week. andnbsp;They should still work

George

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