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Old 07-09-2004, 11:02 AM   #1
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hi...i found a tutorial how to bulid this old church...i just used the picture as an tell me what you think about it so far.
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yes I know this one...very nice tut... hope it will turn out just as well nice start
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looking good, i'm working on that one too....

does anyone know how to make the shape of the roof of the tower? Here's what I'm talking about:
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i tried it, and for me a nurbs-revolve worked best ..
i used:
1 revolved curve for the spheres on the top
1 nurbs circle, transformed to a square
loft between revolved surface and square-circle as translator between non edged-surface to edged surface
secound loft between square circle and duplicated square circle for the rest of the roof.

attached a file with the result...
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