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Old 21-08-2003, 12:40 PM   #1
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hey everyone,
ive tried to get this to work and now im seeking help
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on a car bumper theres like the intake part and i want to know how to do that ?
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Old 21-08-2003, 01:10 PM   #2
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you can project a curve and cut it away
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ok cheers kev,
i got that down but now i have a problem - when i trim the surface it loses heaps of its smoothness and i can attach it to the intake and things like that - any ideas ? anyone ?
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use subD's

I know it's not much of an answer, but really the only way to get complex NURBS to look good is to spend hours tweaking...
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