Adding a Rock Border
The Rock Border object is a string of rocks that are added
along any path you define. The amount of individual rocks that are automatically
added depends on the length of the rock border and the size of the rocks.
To add a rock border:
Click the Add Rock Border button found near the top of the
screen under the Landscape tab.
Draw the rock border by clicking the left mouse button to add points. Press the
Backspace key to remove the last point added, and press the Esc
key to cancel. If you would like to input the distance and angle manually, place
at least one point and then press the Enter key.
To finish drawing the rock border, right-click to place the last point.
The landscape design in the picture below uses a rock
border to line a walkway.
you want to border an existing object in your landscape design, use the Save and Load Shapes feature to automate
borders can be added in either the Plan view or the Perspective view, but are
easiest to add in the Plan view.
can also be added individually instead of being added as a part of a string. For
details, see Adding a Rock.
Points can be added or removed from the shape of a rock border to provide
additional control. For more information, see Inserting and Deleting Points.
Adding a Rock
Setting Object Properties