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Old 05-01-2004, 02:47 PM   #1
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Hey Everyone,

I just started playing with the Tree Paint brush and I wondered if there was a good tutorial on this. All my trees look either small or don't attach to my plane. This also goes for the other paint brushes (flowers, bushes, etc) that I have downloaded.

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For it to attach to a surface, it has to be nurbs.

To increase the size of your plants/trees/flowers you must select the painted object (ie. - strokeMapleCluster1 in Window>Outliner) and in the channel box you will see in bold under "inputs" something simalar to "mapleCluster1. Click that and it will expand. Change the Global Scale value to something higher to make your trees bigger.
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So my plane has to be nurbs? Ok...I'll give that a try..

Thanks for your help.

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