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Spherize Selection - Maya plugin (pymel) 2.0.1 for Maya (maya script)

Averages point positions based in 3D space in a circle position.

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  • 2013

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Created:03/23/2013
Last Modified:03/23/2013
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  • john chen

    john chen said over 4 years ago:

    doesnt work 
  • mahoutukai

    mahoutukai said about 6 years ago:

    This tool is very useful! It is easy to make holes and spheres.
  • Michael Stolworthy

    Michael Stolworthy said over 6 years ago:

    Awesome tool!!! Thank you very much.....
  • Owen Rees-Hayward

    Owen Rees-Hayward said over 7 years ago:

    This is fantastic. Really useful. Thanks for making it! PS. The shelf doesn't work for me on v2015, SP4, Windoows 7. Thanks again.
  • shannonhochkins

    shannonhochkins said over 7 years ago:

    Thankyou @FDAssassin! I like to always hide in little things like that ;)
  • FDAssassin

    FDAssassin said over 7 years ago:

    Excellent tool, best thing I've seen in a long while. Also love the little humor during calculations. ;D
  • tomevertonfc

    tomevertonfc said about 8 years ago:

    This is a very useful tool, something that should really be in Maya by default. Great for subdivision modelling.
  • n0rth1sland3r

    n0rth1sland3r said about 8 years ago:

    this does not make a perfect circle. so when, for example you have a hole with 8 edges, it will not evenly distribute the vertices...and therefore when smoothing will not have equal spacing / distance between vertices / clean circular shape...does this exist out there somewhere?
  • keyi

    keyi said about 8 years ago:

    I am using similar one for this kind of stuff - "sort circle tool" and it is great, but with limitations. Some of them are: not possible to make perfect circle on a curved surface and not possible to make more circles at once. Today i saw this one and it pretty much does exactly the same as "sort circle tool" also with limitations mentioned above with exception of circles on curved surfaces...but even though circle is trying to follow the surface, it's not that perfect unfortunately. All in all..very nice script and i hope to see more updates soon and features something like it has MX_Roundish for XSI plugin - https://maxfoxlab.com/mx_roundish.html Cheers!

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