To best understand Csharpen in action it’s best to see and use the tool on something simple to understand how it applies to you.
Csharp In action¶
In this example I csharpened the main cube then added a duplicate and used the booltool shortcut of ctrl + (numpad -) to cut the cube into the first one. Then with the primary object selected I used Csharpen to apply the shape while respecting the modfiers in place in order to calculate the new bevelling information as I worked.
So now the settings have been covered lets see it in action once more.
After setting up Csharpen I was able to cut the shape and mirror it while also doing subsequent cuts on the object to get additional detail. The important thing to note is how I don’t need any additonal UI or buttons. There is hardly a need for the modifier panel or even the T panel. The goal is to make the workflow fast and efficient.