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Old 10-09-2003, 06:28 PM   #1
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Default this is strange! is there some help

Can anybody help me?

i tried to loft with imported illustrator curve...

but it wont hold on it even if i reverse defferent parameter please look if you can help


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oi, that's ugly. lol

You might need to delete history, make sure your curves are all going in the same curve direction, the curve's start/end points are at the same place.

Stuff like that.
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Actually that looks kinda artistic Modern arts
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i know what causes this... the curve surface directions are opposite. youll need to either delete and start over or play around with reversing opposing curves. edit curves -> reverse curve direction
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Default hmm this i was doing a lot

so that doesn t help me one step, i think maya dont like this illustrator curves!

i was check up all manuals about, all the directions,,, ect.

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oh. make sure they are illustrator 4 or less
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