I would like to draw a simple line using Python script code.
I would like to draw the line from (0,0,0) to (0,0,1)
My philosophy (from what I've seen on the net) is:
Draw a mesh plane (center at (0,0,0))
Select and delete 3 of the 4 vertices (Edit Mode)
Snap (move) the remaining vertex to the center of the plane (original placement point)
- snap cursor to center
- select and snap remaining vertex to cursor (now at the center)
Extrude the current vertex to (0,0,1)
I come from a CAD world, so this seems complicated for a simple object like a line, but I'm willing to adapt.
My general task is to draw "stick figures" using lines (between named points).
Being able to "name" the points would be a plus, so I can draw new lines starting from those named points when needed.