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    Example commands for leonardo. The leonardo program converts a model to the style illustrated by Leonardo da Vinci by thickening faces and cutting a hole in their centres
 
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Rhombicubo  Med    Lrg  
Description : Leonardo da Vinci style rhombicuboctahedron, using program defaults.

View this model with the command

leonardo std_rhombicuboctahedron | antiview -v 0.02
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Rhombicubo x  Med    Lrg  
Description : Leonardo da Vinci style rhombicuboctahedron, using default sizing, but hide edges that run from the outside of the faces to the holes

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leonardo -x std_rhombicuboctahedron | antiview -v 0.02
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Rhombicubo w  Med    Lrg  
Description : Leonardo da Vinci style rhombicuboctahedron, thicken border and use the border width for height

View this model with the command

leonardo -w 0.3 std_rhombicuboctahedron | antiview -v 0.02
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Rhombicubo w%  Med    Lrg  
Description : Leonardo da Vinci style rhombicuboctahedron, very thick border using %, and use the border width for height

View this model with the command

leonardo -w 90% std_rhombicuboctahedron | antiview -v 0.02
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Rhombicubo wl  Med    Lrg  
Description : Leonardo da Vinci style rhombicuboctahedron, thicken border and use a smaller value for height

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leonardo -w 0.3 -l 0.05 std_rhombicuboctahedron | antiview -v 0.02
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Rhombicubo wl%  Med    Lrg  
Description : Leonardo da Vinci style rhombicuboctahedron, thicken border and use 50% of the border width for height

View this model with the command

leonardo -w 0.3 -l 50% std_rhombicuboctahedron | antiview -v 0.02
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Rhombicubo flat  Med    Lrg  
Description : Leonardo da Vinci style rhombicuboctahedron, using 0 for the height will make a simpler model that excludes the redundant polygons.

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leonardo -w 60% -l 0 std_rhombicuboctahedron | antiview -v 0.02
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Face Colours  Med    Lrg  
Description : Models use the colours from the base faces by default. In this example a geodesic sphere dual has a proper colouring of its faces and is then converted to Leonardo da Vinci style model

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off_color -f P geo_3_d -m map_orange:purple:white:darkgreen | leonardo -x  | antiview -v 0.007
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Edge Colours  Med    Lrg  
Description : Models can also use the colours from the base edges. In this example a geodesic sphere dual has a proper colouring of its edges and is then converted to Leonardo da Vinci style model using the edge colours

View this model with the command

off_color -e P geo_3_d -m map_orange:purple:white | leonardo -e | antiview -v 0.01
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Non-orientable  Med    Lrg  
Description : For non-orientable models, like the Mobius strip in this example, the original faces must have the height equally distributed on each side so that the units still meet correctly when the surface joins after being flipped over

View this model with the command

unitile2d -s m -w 29 -l 2 | off_color -f P -m map_darkblue:white | leonardo -m -w 0.15 | antiview -x ve
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Wooden  Med    Lrg  
Description : To make an image of a wooden model, create a file called wood_faces.inc that contains these two lines
   #include textures.inc
   #declare face_tex = texture { DMFWood4 scale 0.6 translate <2,3,3> };
Now create the POV-Ray model with a command like this 

View this model with the command

leonardo std_rhombicuboctahedron  | off_trans -R 0,15,0 -R 15,0,0 | off2pov -i wood_faces.inc -x ev
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