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Procedural Method for Scale of Polygons

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I would like to scale down of Polygons after Subdivision Surface by using procedural method like 1st (/top) screenshot. So as you see procedural method preserve group.

So how can I use procedural method to get result of 2nd (/bottom) screenshot?

 

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Put the polyFX in a group (null) with the SDS ?

 

CBR

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  • Nope, it doesn't work like I want.

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    Ok - maybe you should tell us how you want it to work then ! For me it gave the sort of result in your second screenshot.

     

    CBR

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  • Wow, sounds impressive, I tried a lot, but didn't get it. May I have chance to ask test project, please?

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  • Wow, amazing. I tried but didn't create a null. It makes a huge sense in this case. Thanks a lot. :wackywink:

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    It's a fair point. I didn't actually use the word Null, did I, although I am unaware of any other way to create a group. Still, for clarity's sake I will go back and update my original post...

     

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