Author Topic: Non-Uniform scale stamp  (Read 501 times)

Non-Uniform scale stamp
Simple stamps would become infinitely more versatile if we could grab a corner of the stamp's bounding box and drag it around to non-uniform scale the stamp.
Examples:
-a simple cube stamp could be stretched out to make stairs, or long planks, etc.
-a single tree stamp could create a forest of varying proportioned trees

This could fit nicely into the existing interaction where we edit the stamp's orientation by pressing/holding the primary thumb-stick. In this way, the secondary hand could be used to grab and distort the bounding box of the stamp, while the primary hand adjusts the pivot as desired.