clive wrote:I have added a feature request for this:
http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.ph ... ask_id=819
What do others think about this?
Personal curious - what kind of project is it?clive wrote:I am working on an ongoing project where making my own hatch patterns is needed, I cannot rely on the many hatch patterns freely available because they are just not authentic enough for my liking - so I am designing my own 'medieval' style hatch patterns for all sorts of building structures.
Husky wrote:Hi Clive, I try right now to understand the problematic but I'm already confused with the information what I have found (I'm sure - thats only me!!!)
Husky wrote:The request is already closed because it was a duplicate - the answer in the first request was that you can use the "Pattern fill tool" in combination with the clipboard.
http://www.qcad.org/bugtracker/index.ph ... ask_id=704
Husky wrote:Sounds interesting but where can I find this ominous "Pattern fill tool"
clive wrote:I am working on an ongoing project where making my own hatch patterns is needed, I cannot rely on the many hatch patterns freely available because they are just not authentic enough for my liking - so I am designing my own 'medieval' style hatch patterns for all sorts of building structures.
Husky wrote:Personal curious - what kind of project is it?
clive wrote:I think Andrew is just making a suggestion here of an 'idea' for a possible pattern tool, but it is still undecided/not implemented.
clive wrote:Sure no problem. Well, in between other work I am drawing 're-constructed' elevation (top, North, South, West, East) plans of a Norman castle. The idea is to make a scaled model of the castle (probably 1:500) with some parts in a larger scale (1:100/200).
Most of the model will be laser cut using various materials including card stock, real wood veneers. For the stone masonry/wall details etc. I want to etch (score) hatching details and so I am making my own hatches as authentic as I can. The finished model will probably be used for educational purposes and I hope to make some smaller kits too.
I have a lot of ideas for more medieval type projects in the pipeline but they will take some time to 'get right' , I don't want to make a simple model here, I hope to eventually have a very detailed example at the end .
Husky wrote:Will you also use layer technique for walls, tower etc.? What I mean is e.g. a round tower - slided for the laser into 25(?) horizontal layer (plywood, acrylic or what ever) to stack them up after cutting to a round tower with doors, windows, arrow-slits, Merlon, crenelate etc. etc. etc.?
clive wrote:For the rest it will consist of facades/flat sections which can be glued or connected together to achieve any wall thickness I need. I suppose I could make 'rounded' parts by hand but I won't because I want the whole thing to be completely precise and have the same 'laser cut' finish .
Husky wrote:Finally - I'm jealous! Sounds like a really nice project. Have fun!!!!
clive wrote:... or you could always send me your designs and I'll laser cut them out for you
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