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Nope i can't get the result.
I understand now.
You know how you have one ball appearing to be closer than another? If they were in 3D and you were to stand above them, you would see an angle - that is kind of what I mean. But you don't need to be precise about it, just good enough to fool the eye.
Yes it can't hurt trying but i don't think i understood what is with f.
It actually looks fine on first viewing.
OK it seems that it isn't working. Aplyed everything corect but it looks like before. I gues the ideea is not good. and i'm out of other ideea so i think it wil remain this way
I don't understand the second part, but for the first that point is on a circle to. The only thing wich modyfies is the angle and r.
I am glad it is so easy, I was wondering how to position the connection point on the face of the circle like this:
__ / . \ | | \ __ /
And then how to draw the 2D ellipse that would result from the projection of the circle where the tube joins the sphere ... and then how to clip that ... aaaarrhggg.
And once you got tired of that, you could start playing with it!
I could watch that animation for ages! Save that version, just in case you improve it too much
First, I'm renaming A as (p,q). 2 sets of x and y get confusing.
Hello guys, this looks like a great community.