I am making a drawing from the ball and want to color the area of the split-line. How?
Under the sketch tool use convert entities. You will have to trim the boundry to make a closed area.
You should be able to color it with the Hatch command, choosing Solid once you get into the command. You can create a new layer with the color you want and use that for the Hatch. You may have to make a sketch coincident with the outline of the area you want to color. After coloring the area you can move the sketch into a layer that is turned off to hide it if you want, or just move it into the same layer as your Hatch. There may be a better way, but this will work.
I am thinking you can do it a couple of ways.
First in your drawing drawing sketch lines constrained to the geometry split lines
and do a solid hatch color inside.
Or create your view that you want in your model and bring that view in shaded with
the split line patch already colored.
Hope this makes sense.
I cannot hatch the split-line area since it is not planar.
How can I import the colored area from the model?
I succeeded, but how can I import the colored are from the model to the drawing?
You can the dwg the same way. You dont have to color the model, just put the split in.
How to do that:
"Or create your view that you want in your model and bring that view in shaded with
the split line patch already colored."
Once the model view is in the dwg, select the edges and use the convert tool under sketch. Dont forget to trim the lines to a closed loop if needed.
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