How do I get two different geometries to display together?
I have two quad curve nodes, and I want their corresponding outputs to display together. Is it possible to do this? I've tried already the group node and the compound node, which didn't help. I also don't want to use a grid and I want them to display in their corresponding coordinates in relation to the origin.
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1 Posted by kenzenichinyoki... on 27 Apr, 2013 11:26 PM
Ok, I've figured it out. I used lists of points and then combine nodes to display all my curves using a single quad curve. But now, how do I get the same result with different geometries? For example: how do I display the output of both a polygon node and a ellipse node at the same time, for example?
Support Staff 2 Posted by Frederik De Ble... on 28 Apr, 2013 02:34 AM
The correct node is "combine". You can combine three elements (shapes, curves, etc.). If you want more, combine the output of multiple combine nodes.
An example of the combine node is on the "Exploring Nodes" tutorial page:
3 Posted by kenzenichinyoki... on 28 Apr, 2013 04:28 AM
Frederik De Bleser closed this discussion on 18 May, 2013 09:05 PM.