Displaying 3D Objects
Each 3D object consists of multiple layers, which you can display in Storyboard Pro. It contains the following layers:
- Washed: A lighter version of the 3D object.
- Shaded: Graphics that add texture to the flat areas.
- Flat: Flat areas to which textures will be applied.
- Wireframe: Boundaries that define the edges of the object.
How to change the display of a 3D object
- In the Thumbnails view, select the panel that contains a 3D object.
- In the Stage or Layers view, select the layer that contains a 3D object.
- Right-click and select one of the following:
- Shaded: The 3D object displays the textures that cover its wireframe.
- Washed: The 3D object is displayed with a washed-out appearance.
- Flat: The 3D object displays the surfaces that cover its wireframe.
- Wireframe: The 3D object displays the lines that define the area covered by the object.
- Wireframe on Shaded: The 3D objects displays the textures with its wireframe on top.
- Wireframe on Flat: The 3D objects displays the surface with its wireframe on top.