The SubDLoft command creates a SubD object through selected curves that define the shape.
Curve, SubD edge
Adjust edge loop position options (Closed curves only)
Reverses the curve direction.
Attempts to align the edge loop points and directions without intervention.
Moves the edge loop points to the way they were at the beginning of the command.
The edge loop points are always at the knots. You can only move them among the knots.
The edge loop points may leave the knots. You can move them without restriction.
Select each edge loop point and move it along the curve to line up all edge loop points.
Use the Flip option to make all edge loop point arrows point to the same side.
Press Enter to continue.
With open curves as input, creases the vertices at both ends of the first and last shapes.
With kinked curves as input, creases the edges along the kinks.
With three or more curves as input, closes the lofting direction.
The default segment count of the shapes used to create the SubD.
Allows changing the shape segment number of the SubD.
The segment number along the input curves.
The segment number between adjacent input curves.
With a SubD edge as the first or last shape, joins the SubD loft to the input SubD.
Join does not support recording History.
The SubD loft connects to the input SubD with smooth edges, otherwise with creased edges.
If all curves are SubD friendly and with the same control point count (left), a simple SubD passing through all curves will be created.
The red curve (right) has a different control point count that adds complexity to the SubD. The SubD will not pass through all input curves.
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