I’m trying to create the same topology of number 1 and number 2 but I find that the topology of number 2 is greater than number one Because the object 2 is larger than object 1, how can I make that both were in the same topology without destroying their proportion Each other.
Maybe modelling in the plane and do different curves to follow/bend to so the size of the rhombus stays the same ?
Maybe I did not explain myself correctly, as you can see in the picture the shape of the diamond 2, larger than the shape of the diamond 1, but I need that both were in the same shape and save their proportion Each other as in the first picture
And if you model them on a flat surface and choose different length to bend them on different radius yo got different cylinders with the same sized rhombus… (but don’t scale then in Z)
(I was busy). Yes something like that and then cut in different length and bend with radius.