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|Product Name:||Formation-X, Volume-1 Battle Lines|
This is a Daz Script to create formations of characters and props within your scene or animation. This script enables you to form up your troops, vehicles or animals quickly and easily with real-time viewport updating. It's as simple as selecting the desired nodes and running the Formation-X script. Make adjustments to various parameters and see it happen immediately onscreen.
Formation 1, Flying V: This is the classic “V” shaped formation used for flying machines like aircraft and spaceships, but works equally well for animals like geese and ducks. Whether flying in the air or setting on the ground, your characters and props will look great in this formation. You can set the basis for all spacing and step adjustments to the first, last, smallest or largest selection. Spacing between selections is adjustable to varying distances. The elevation of rows from second to last can be adjusted to varying heights. The angle of the v-shape can be changed to sweep forward or backward in the group.
Formation 2, Rows: This formation type uses the classic “line” or “column” row types and is perfect for lineups of characters and vehicles. You can use this formation for props going down a path in a straight line or staggered; for characters on a stage or bleachers with the step function; or for cars running in a race on the speedway. You can set the basis for spacing, adjust the space between nodes, adjust the stagger of nodes, and finish it a step height if needed.
Formation 3, Marching: This is the classic “Marching” formation used for large groups of characters or props and perfect for military troops and celebration parades. You can set the basis for all spacing, choose the numbers of columns, set the spacing for width and depth, and set the step height as required for the following rows.
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[ ] = Optional, depending on target application(s)
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