Use Donut to create
closed shapes from two concentric circles. Each circle is made of
Example of donut
To create a donut:
- Go to the Create
panel and turn on (Shapes).
- Click Donut.
- Choose a creation method.
- Drag and release the mouse button to
define the first donut circle.
- Move the mouse and then click to define
the radius of the second concentric donut circle.
The second circle can
be larger or smaller than the first.
Rendering and Interpolation
All spline-based shapes
share these parameters. See
explanations of these parameters.
Creation Method rollout
The Donut shape uses
the standard creation methods of Center or Edge. Most spline-based
shapes share the same Creation Method parameters. See
an explanation of these parameters.
Once you have created
a donut, you can make changes using the following parameters:
- Radius 1
Sets the radius of the
- Radius 2
Sets the radius of the second circle.