Another circle :
Init : n=500;pi=acos(-1)
This makes a circle which touches the edges of the screen.
You can add dividing sign at the end of the appropriate line and also put in an appropriate number to make the circle smaller.
To change location, simply use + or - sign.
Note the "n" value - it is the number of points - you might want to change it into smaller number while the SSC still resembles a circle.
How to put a dynamically moving SSC, with the diameter of 1/5 of the screen :
PerFrame : t=t+0.1;
Now the SSC moves in circular pattern.
How to make solid circle, w/o movement (1/5 size, like the moving one) :
Init : pi=acos(-1);n=w*pi/5
There! You have a solid circle (Though slows down AVS quite nicely...)
You might want to add misc/rendermode to set the line width, in case it isn't solid.
You can also do *(s+getosc(0,0.1,0)) in each line instead of *s for a little funky thing =)
Good luck in yar SSC making career! (And especially good luck for AVS making career)
Artists that I'd recommend to ask for about SSC :
Nixa - In his/her
preset named "Lots of Spirals" (Or something like that) It looks somewhat basic-ish. But if you dig in the preset, you'll realize that all six spirals are drawn using only 1 SSC.
I hadn't tried to decode the SSC - Quite dense of a code in it =)
But then, I think I can make one using a different way...
El-Vis - Need I say more? He made a ton of 3d SSCs!
UnConeD - This one don't need an explanation, either. If you do, download his 4th pack, and try the preset "All Neon-Like".
Everything in that preset are SSCs (Except for the needed buffer safe...).
Even the STARS are SSC! (Synchronicity is essential, ya know - creates realism)
The various AVS artist on the board - They're helpful, trust me =)
Just PM one of us, and we'll help