Create a polygon plane like the one in the first image.
Pull some points around to get something like target
Use a cluster or a bend deformer to create target
Create a bcs setup with
B as targets for our base
plane. Please refer to the Manual and/or Quick Start of the bcs for how to
Create a combination dataPoint of
B. Again, see the
bcs Manual if you don’t know how to do this.
Open the DPK_rotateDeltasUI window by choosing Rotate Deltas…
from the Extras menu in the bcsUI. You can also open it using
the mel command:
Select the geometry for target
B and press the Choose
button. When we choose the angled plane (
B) as Target
Object, the deltas relative to it will be rotated.
Make sure the Angle is 45 and Axis is 1, 0, and 0. The
axis we’ve chosen here will result in a rotation around the x-axis.
Select the geometry for the combination of
A+B and press the
Apply button. If you get a different result, your target
certainly bends the plane in a different direction. Undo the rotation (or
rotate -45 degree) and try a different axis (0,1,0 or 0,0,1).