blender 2.80 experiment 5 - scripted curve

Nikolaus Gradwohl2018-12-12T05:30:07+00:00

For this blender 2.80 experiment I created four bezier curves using the blender python api. There have been some changes in the api, but porting existing python scripts to 2.80 is pretty easy - the main changes required for older code to run is how the objects get added to the scenes, because of the new collections in blender 2.80

you can download the blend file here

scripted curves

to run a python script open a texteditor and run a script with ALT-p

the script I used to create the curves is

import bpy
from math import pi,cos,sin
import random

for curves in range(4):
    cd ='Curve%d' %(curves), type='CURVE')

    b ='BEZIER')

    for i in range(60):
        a =  i/10.0 * 2.0*pi + pi/2.0*curves
        r = 0.5
        xh1 = cos(a + pi/2.0) * r
        yh1 = sin(a + pi/2.0) * r
        xh2 = cos(a - pi/2.0) * r
        yh2 = sin(a - pi/2.0) * r

        r2 = random.uniform(0.1,3)

        x = cos(a)*r2
        y = sin(a)*r2
        if i > 0:
        b.bezier_points[-1].handle_right = (x+xh1,y+yh1,i/10)
        b.bezier_points[-1].handle_left = (x+xh2,y+yh2,i/10)
        b.bezier_points[-1].co = (x,y,i/10)

    od ='CurveObject%d'%(curves), cd)
    od.location=(0,0,0) = 'FULL'
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See also:

grease pencil experiment 6 - grid
grease pencil experiment 4 - filled shapes
grease pencil experiment 4 - depth of field
grease pencil experiment 3 - animated circles
grease pencil experiment 2 - freestyle



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