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BOSCOYO LARGE 360 MINI TREE CORO PROP DEFINITION


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Vince4xmas

I have 6 Boscoyo Large 360 Mini Tree Coro Props I need to define the prop in S5.

These are 170 pixels (10 vertical stands of 17 pixels).

Issue is the bottom of the tree pixel to pixel distance is too long and need to use a "null pixel" in 4 locations.

If I use a pre-defined prop I cannot define the null pixel. 

Example: 1st strand up is 17 pixels, next strand down is 18 to 34, then I need a null pixel for 35 and then start 3rd strand up at 36th pixel. Then repeat for 10 vertical rows.

That means I have 4 null pixels for each tree.

How do I define this prop in S5?

Thanks

 

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How far is that pixel to pixel spacing, and are you sure it's too long?

 

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Vince4xmas

The spacing flat was 6.5" however, you were correct, once the bullet pixels were placed and tree bent into shape they do fit!

Thanks Jim!

 

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Posted (edited)

Pixel to Pixel will do at least several feet (varies massively between different types of pixels).  Test with your pixels to find out how far...

 

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Vince4xmas

These pixels were at 4" spacing. However, when the prop was assembled and bent into final location, the pixels fit without any extensions needed!

 

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  • 5 months later...

I am looking for similar information for the mini tree 360 with 100 pixel nodes and wonder why these are not in the boscoyo prop catalog in lor

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3 hours ago, jphauck said:

I am looking for similar information for the mini tree 360 with 100 pixel nodes and wonder why these are not in the boscoyo prop catalog in lor

BS has to update their prop file. 
 

JR

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