:mad: I feel like throwing something very large and heavy at my wall right about now. I’ve spent the last few hours agonizing over the torturous puzzle that is Blender’s DupliVert function.
It’s a great function in theory, but I can’t get it to work for the life of me! Yes, I’ve read the tutorials and watched the videos. But as soon as I fix one problem, another one pops up. Here are the two that are bugging me right now.
Right now, parenting a simple object to a circle is causing the first object to be flattened to the plane of the circle. This wasn’t happening before and, as far as I can tell, still shouldn’t be happening.
Sometimes, I can get simple meshes to DupliVert correctly. However, the object I need to DupliVert for my current project–which is really just a tall cube with a few minor extrusions–is refusing to work properly with the “Rot” function. Yes, I’ve used ctrl-A to make sure the local axes are pointing the right ways, etc.
I would GREATLY appreciate any and all help on this. By the way, special thanks to Greybeard because his video tutorial is the one thing that’s gotten me the closest to getting this to work.
Thanks in advance!