I am trying to think how I would create steps that are rotated 30 and moved up the z axis by 150 each time I add a number to the slider.
I am able to do it by just doing it manually, but that seems inelegant.
I would appreciate any help.
Create one step object.
Rotate (outputs a copy, angle set with slider)
Move up (set distance with a vector & slider)
The up-Move can be calculated by dividing a maximum height of the stairway, divided by a step height interval (say, 140-160) etc.
That’s an amazing solution. Interesting many different ways there are to do something.
I will study now adn try to understand it!
Thanks for your help Rolf. I think im following you. I essentially did this, but ended up having to do it each time, rather than on one slider for hte number of steps.
I was hoping to be able to create script that allowed me to take one step and rotate + move it each time the slider was moved up. But i think now that might require python code?