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# 6 05-09-2004 , 08:37 PM
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Originally posted by DrMayanstein
NURBS THINK RUBBERY (organic) . . . . POLYS THINK SOLID (non-organic)


i disagree..
look at studio tools or rhino or other CAD softwares,
that are primarily design tools for hrad surface and general products, and use NURBS. not becasue NURBS are "rubbery" but they allow the flexibility and control for different surface types. a poly or subD model can look just as good as a nurbs patch model. it's really up to the modelor and what he/she feels more confortable with.

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