Greetings, any idea of how to create the angles under the roof of an angled, pointed wing of a building? It's like the prow of a ship. Is it possible to create an upside-down skillion under the roof? Image here: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Denver_Art_Museum_2.jpg

The pointed portion will not touch the building underneath: https://www.openstreetmap.org/edit#map=20/39.73690/-104.98911

Feel free to tell me how or to do the work yourself, if you've got the mad skills ;)

asked 23 May '18, 05:27

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Personally I think the 3D_Model_Repository might be your best bet for structures like that.

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answered 23 May '18, 09:10

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