even in overhead mode, the program shows some perspective |
casting shadows, rendering higher points (like tops of pyramids)
...relative to the center of the object selected when zooming...
or if nothing is selected, the center of the last thing selected
...here, i had all 9 pyramids grouped together (texture change); |
and their apex skew is relative to that collective group center,
which is not marked... but is roughly the center of the image...
for this reason, i have put down X lines to mark pyramid angles:
G1: 440.. x root 2 = 622.253967444161821472743038... 622.25 |
G2: 411.. x root 2 = 581.241774135342065057494065... 581.25
G3: 201.5 x root 2 = 284.964032818178652333540277... 285
3 new circles from those, touching the corners of the 3 pyramids |
which i have in already (but i'm doing again, for this new file)
and 3 larger circles, centered on the 3 small blue circles above |
marking the NE corners of G1 and G1a, and the SW corner of G3c
...that is, the 3 outermost corners of the whole pyramid plan...
to find the center of the large blue circle (same above diagram)
as the large orange circle (just off-center of G2 center, below)
...comparing it to the center of G2 (and other relevant centers)
and these are the coordinates |
for centers of all 9 pyramids...
G1 ( 0 , 0 )
G2 ( -638.5 , -675.5 )
G3 ( -1096.75 , -1411.25 )
G1a ( 373 , -64 )
G1b ( 370 , -180 )
G1c ( 364 , -280 )
G3a ( -1088.75 , -1596 )
G3b ( -1181.50 , -1600 )
G3c ( -1269.50 , -1600 )