add some thickness with offsetsubd and render it up, Looks like a nice start to a lovely little project!
Thickness gives it a better view
I wanted to convert it into nurbs but a lot of lines (seam) was created.
I remember you offered me a video that showed how to design a car with SubD
Despite some difficulties I eventually could attain the video and watched it (sadly I lost the video later). In a step, you converted the SubD car into nurbs and then reduced the seams (the visible lines on the object) with a method that I couldn’t understand what did you do. I need to realize how can I reduce the seams of the nurbs after converting . May I ask you to help me?
I didn’t reduce the seams, I simply turned them off
that is in the isocurve density and visibility setting in properties when you select an object .
Thank you so much
It made me happy and surprised! I always asked myself, after turning a SubD object into a nurbs object with many isocurves, how can I create a neater object with less isocurves? Now, I found the answer
Rhino is really a world that I find a new thing in it once in a while.
I examined it on a cube after I converted it from SubD into nurbs. The result was excellent
Thank you again, master
keep in mind… the edges and isocurves are still “there” they are just turned off. But it does make for a much nicer object to view.
When you pointed out in your previous comment that you turned off the isocurves, I realized they were there geometrically but were not visible.
However, I sometimes need to take a print from the objects, and absence of the mass of isocurves (visually) help me for a better view.
Many thanks for your guidance and announcement