I’ve just tried to use Rhino7 subD for a while, and I encountered a small issue when I tried to move an edge loop with a normal/UVN direction. Please check my video below for more detail.
I can’t figure out how to solve this issue in Rhino 7.
yes, I tried it. It’s okay for short edges, but it doesn’t work well for some long edge loop around an object.
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For chained or multiple selected edges that preferably are all co-planar or in parallel planes, you can usually use the scale handle of the Gumball:
Thanks, @diff-arch, it’s a great treat for the belt, but it does not work for the other case.
I do think Rhino should update for this function soon. We really need a seamless workflow with SubD.
here is an example of how easy to deal with the edge loop in Rhino 5 with TSpline and Modo, Blender.
I wholeheartedly agree that it should be possible on the edge and face level. Until then, you can use
MoveUVN on the control points - see the attached video.
Argh, sorry. I completely forgot about
DragMode! You can use the DragMode command and set it to UVN and then use the Gumball (blue arrow for Normal) to drag.
Thanks, @Normand, I’ll try this solution right away.
We all hope that the DEV team will improve this small issue soon.