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Help Needed: Difficult Things to Learn for Beginners

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Re: Help Needed: Difficult Things to Learn for Beginners

Postby smbv » Tue Sep 12, 2017 2:12 pm

Where to download some demo projects in touch designer? I just want to open and see how they were made and so on, does anyone know a good place where to get the projects? :)
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Re: Help Needed: Difficult Things to Learn for Beginners

Postby nettoyeur » Tue Sep 12, 2017 3:46 pm

If you open the Palette you can drag examples into your network.

Also see the Shared .tox Components forum
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Re: Help Needed: Difficult Things to Learn for Beginners

Postby JosephBarton » Mon Jan 29, 2018 9:22 am

Hello, I am also new here.
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Re: Help Needed: Difficult Things to Learn for Beginners

Postby ben » Sun Feb 25, 2018 2:48 am

smbv wrote:Where to download some demo projects in touch designer? I just want to open and see how they were made and so on, does anyone know a good place where to get the projects? :)


Also if you go to Help menu -> OP Snippets there are "in-network" examples of many nodes (not all) that give you an idea of how to use them in some context. Can also just drag and drop them into your projects and expand from there.
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Re: Help Needed: Difficult Things to Learn for Beginners

Postby smbv » Fri Jun 08, 2018 10:44 pm

I have a regular Sphere polygon object, I selected a Group node and selecting primitives by Expression. How to select random polygons withing sphere's points? Basically, I want to randomly select some polygons, around 20-30% of the entire number.
Can't find a way to do it yet. :roll:
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