Friday, 7 September 2012

SCAL: Welding basic shapes together to create your own designs

I had an email from someone who was having problems in welding together the basic shapes they'd used to create their design.  It was much easier to create a video to show what the problems were and how to overcome them.  I thought I'd put it here too, in case others were having similar problems.  I hope you find it useful!




4 comments :

Mandy said...

Wow, this was more helpful than I could have ever imagined. I feel like I have a whole new level of understanding for a few features of the SCAL program and really can't thank you enough for taking the time to do this. THANK YOU. You went above any beyond.

Mandy said...

Okay, one more for good measure. What took me hours last night has taken me literally minutes today. Holy cow. I could not be more grateful to your incredible kindness.

Tam said...

Awesome...I enjoyed the video. Here I am thinking of getting rid of my Eclisps because of Scal not being such good software but I guess it's just
been too long since I played with it. Thank u Dan and so so good to see u around again.

Robin Hrabik said...

Thank you for taking the time to do this video! It's the best one I have seen so far. I'm certainly inspired to create new shapes today!

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