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i think most 3d softwares do this as easily as you do the flat one in illustrator.
maybe try and install some demo and try to create it rotate and find the best angle.
yeah, I think this should be pretty easy to achieve on 3D but, to be honest I'm intimidated by 3D apps, I would love to do some of the stuff people here do w c4d, on a budget I downloaded a copy of some free modeling software for mac, and I couldn't figure it out.
so I figure I can stick to what I know..
I just found this. I think the top right one is a tetrakaidecagon.
some of the sides look uneven though (not accurate) but that's exactly the kind of 3d I'm looking forMeeklo
- ahhh now I am not so sure...
Its hard to count the sides.AMOK
- its possible that is may never be a symmetrical shape?
- I think its possible, what I mean by accurate is that is hmm.. mathematically exact?Meeklo
- sorry, english is not my first languageMeeklo
Download free version of Sketchup if none of the above do what you want. You could get the basic shape and just export to Illy.
That link looks like it could work, but I'm a bit confused, are all those 14 sides? not that you should know, for some reason I thought there was going to be one shape only, but now that I think about it (and after browsing a little) they could be any shape huh?
i can make a 3D image for you in a few minutes.
since my previous post didn't contain a question:
Which are you looking for, a 14-sided two dimensional image (like Illy drew) or a 14-sided 3D image, like inkpink's post?
I think inkpink nailed it.
ok i made a 14 sided object. how do you want the file saved as?