In this Autodesk Fusion 360 tutorial, I thought I’d show you guys how I put together a brick texture for this castle tower I designed. This method is unfortunately limited to just cylindrical objects. Originally, I wanted to project a sketch onto the cylinder – essentially wrapping around a solid. That didn’t quite work so I ended up building the texture piece by piece. Thanfully, the pattern features in F360 make it (somewhat) less of a PITA 🙂
If anyone out there has a better method (one which requires less steps), please let me know!
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