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Old 25-03-2004, 10:24 AM   #1
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i have created a nurbs surface, how do i deform it?
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Animate Menu >> Deform

What exactly do you want to do though?!?
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i'm trying to create some bumpy terrain, what option is best to use for that in that menu?
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Use the sculpt tool would be the best bet, or a displacement map on the texture.

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that's what the sculpt tool does isnt it? Jut you wont have to do them individually.

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