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    I mean, sheeeeeit LSR uda man. Ya can't get a better tutorial that that. Nuff said, nice football...................

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    jesus, the code does nothing, its poorly explained maybe unless your an expert in lisp and autocad and so far I didnt see anyone else manage to make another ball from it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasershows
    jesus, the code does nothing, its poorly explained maybe unless your an expert in lisp and autocad and so far I didnt see anyone else manage to make another ball from it.
    so just because someone posts a tutorial means everyone should try it out? lol
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    Default soccer lisp...

    I can't run the Lisp file u supposed.
    I don't know what it happened. when i load this lisp file into my obj,
    it sign me unknown command.

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    Since there seems to be interest in this soccer ball lisp, so I simplified the routine to include the coordinates in the routine. It draws points, not surfaces.



    Code:
    (defun c:soccer ()
      (setq ptlist
     '(
       (0.00000000 1.00000000 4.85410197)
       (0.00000000 -1.00000000 -4.85410197)
       (0.00000000 1.00000000 -4.85410197) 
       (0.00000000 -1.00000000 4.85410197) 
       (1.00000000 4.85410197 0.00000000) 
       (1.00000000 -4.85410197 0.00000000) 
       (-1.00000000 4.85410197 0.00000000) 
       (-1.00000000 -4.85410197 0.00000000) 
       (4.85410197 0.00000000 1.00000000) 
       (4.85410197 0.00000000 -1.00000000) 
       (-4.85410197 0.00000000 1.00000000) 
       (-4.85410197 0.00000000 -1.00000000) 
       (2.00000000 4.23606798 1.61803399) 
       (-2.00000000 4.23606798 1.61803399) 
       (2.00000000 4.23606798 -1.61803399) 
       (-2.00000000 4.23606798 -1.61803399) 
       (2.00000000 -4.23606798 1.61803399) 
       (-2.00000000 -4.23606798 1.61803399) 
       (2.00000000 -4.23606798 -1.61803399) 
       (-2.00000000 -4.23606798 -1.61803399) 
       (4.23606798 1.61803399 2.00000000) 
       (-4.23606798 1.61803399 2.00000000) 
       (4.23606798 1.61803399 -2.00000000) 
       (-4.23606798 1.61803399 -2.00000000) 
       (4.23606798 -1.61803399 2.00000000) 
       (-4.23606798 -1.61803399 2.00000000) 
       (4.23606798 -1.61803399 -2.00000000) 
       (-4.23606798 -1.61803399 -2.00000000) 
       (1.61803399 2.00000000 4.23606798) 
       (-1.61803399 2.00000000 4.23606798) 
       (1.61803399 2.00000000 -4.23606798) 
       (-1.61803399 2.00000000 -4.23606798) 
       (1.61803399 -2.00000000 4.23606798) 
       (-1.61803399 -2.00000000 4.23606798) 
       (1.61803399 -2.00000000 -4.23606798) 
       (-1.61803399 -2.00000000 -4.23606798) 
       (1.00000000 3.61803399 3.23606798) 
       (-1.00000000 3.61803399 3.23606798) 
       (1.00000000 3.61803399 -3.23606798) 
       (-1.00000000 3.61803399 -3.23606798) 
       (1.00000000 -3.61803399 3.23606798) 
       (-1.00000000 -3.61803399 3.23606798) 
       (1.00000000 -3.61803399 -3.23606798) 
       (-1.00000000 -3.61803399 -3.23606798) 
       (3.61803399 3.23606798 1.00000000) 
       (-3.61803399 3.23606798 1.00000000) 
       (3.61803399 3.23606798 -1.00000000) 
       (-3.61803399 3.23606798 -1.00000000) 
       (3.61803399 -3.23606798 1.00000000) 
       (-3.61803399 -3.23606798 1.00000000) 
       (3.61803399 -3.23606798 -1.00000000) 
       (-3.61803399 -3.23606798 -1.00000000) 
       (3.23606798 1.00000000 3.61803399) 
       (-3.23606798 1.00000000 3.61803399) 
       (3.23606798 1.00000000 -3.61803399) 
       (-3.23606798 1.00000000 -3.61803399) 
       (3.23606798 -1.00000000 3.61803399) 
       (-3.23606798 -1.00000000 3.61803399) 
       (3.23606798 -1.00000000 -3.61803399) 
       (-3.23606798 -1.00000000 -3.61803399)
       )
      )
      (foreach x ptlist
         (command "._point" x)
      )
     (princ)
    )

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    Gothic and Lasershows:
    If you guys had followed or read the thread sequence you would notice that I posted
    the wrong code (typo error) the first time, the two previous guys made the same mistake as you guys.
    I corrected the code since then, the correct one is somewhere in the middle of the thread.
    "X" made a glass like ball.

    CarlB:
    Simpler code. An excellent one, I like it. Yes, it only draws points not surfaces.
    These points represent the vertices of the icosahedron which you create the surfaces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSR View Post
    Gothic and Lasershows:
    If you guys had followed or read the thread sequence you would notice that I posted
    the wrong code (typo error) the first time, the two previous guys made the same mistake as you guys.
    I corrected the code since then, the correct one is somewhere in the middle of the thread.
    "X" made a glass like ball.

    CarlB:
    Simpler code. An excellent one, I like it. Yes, it only draws points not surfaces.
    These points represent the vertices of the icosahedron which you create the surfaces.
    thanks 4 ur rply. i'll try it again as u proposed.
    i'm just a novice in those field.

    thank you.

    Gothic

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    Idea Fußball................

    ball.jpg


    I've caught it, N' I love it very much that.........

    Thank you

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    how can i get a DWG of your soccerball to make a SAT out of?

    thanks

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