Boolean text symbols from Photoshop

RexRedRexRed Posts: 29
edited December 2017 in Bryce Discussion

I created a text symbol in Photoshop and exported it as a .obj file.

 

I imported the symbol object into Bryce I duplicated the symbol and intended to use the copy of itself to cut out the center.

 

I have set the large one to postitive and the other smaller one to negative and grouped them and nothing happens.

 

Any help on this would be much appreciated. :)

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  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 27,023

    The thickness of the smaller one will need to be greater than the thickness of the larger one, so it is thick enough to show outside the larger one. If it is slimmer than the larger one it will be hiding in the middle

    Also the obj needs to be set as "Solid when boolean rendering"      you do this by clicking one the "E" in the drop down when in edit mofe.  

  • RexRedRexRed Posts: 29
    Chohole said:

    The thickness of the smaller one will need to be greater than the thickness of the larger one, so it is thick enough to show outside the larger one. If it is slimmer than the larger one it will be hiding in the middle

    Also the obj needs to be set as "Solid when boolean rendering"      you do this by clicking one the "E" in the drop down when in edit mofe.  

    WOW you did it it was the solid checkmark!!! 

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!! :)

  • ChoholeChohole Posts: 27,023

    you're welcome, glad I could help.

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