Extensions:2.4/Py/Scripts/Add/Hang Curve

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Makes as hanging curve between two objects.
UI location Opens with Text Editor
Version 3 Author(s) From Elephants Dream
Blender 2.42a - 2.47 License Creative Commons
Note(s) Also in Add Menu Toolkit

Used in n Hangcurve3.blend in Elephant Dream

Executable information
File name makehang.py
Current version download http://blenderscriptstorage.googlepages.com/Hang_Curve.7z

updated version in rar-archive on blenderWiki - add_hang_curve_248a (2008.12.30) - Script update for Blender 2.48a

External Python Modules or dependencies Obscene.py

Links http://orange.blender.org/


Hang Curves

Hang curve.jpg
  • This Script Creates Curves between two Objects.
  • The curves are made at the object center.
  • The Script has no Interface.
  • You can use any two objects.
  • You can run the script multiple times.
  • On different Objects.
  • To create a mass of hanging curves.
  • If you have seen elephants dream.
  • You can tell where they may have used this script.
  • Experiment & have fun.


Using Hang Curves

  • Download then Open up hangcurve.blend
  • ⇧ Shift Select the two default planes.
  • So both objects are selected.
  • In the Text Editor makehang.py will already be open.
  • Press Alt/p to run the script.
  • The default curve is made.
  • You can now add two or even 1 more object.
  • Select two Objects, Run the script again for multiple curves.
  • In the text editor you will notice comments in Green
  • Also Variables are listed in Blue.
  • You can experiment changing the Blue Variables.
  • To adjust the Size, Gravity, Thickness & much more.
  • Start with minor changes, then experiment for different results.
  • It is good practice with Text editor scripts to save a copy of the .blend.
  • So you can save your changes without harming the original file.
  • If you can't see the new Curve, go in wire mode "Z" select all the vertices, press "W" and "Set Radius" leave it to 1 and press Ok.

Additional Information

  • In the Wiki writer's opinion always have Python Installed on your computer when using scripts. http://www.python.org/



Thanks go to:

  • the team from Elephants Dream.