ContinueCurve

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Continue Control Point Curve

The ContinueCurve command continues to draw the selected curve using control point curve.

Steps

  1. Select an open curve near an end.
  2. Pick the next points.
  3. Press Enter to end the curve.
Command-line options

AutoClose

Closes the curve when the cursor moves close to the curve's start point.

AutoClose steps

  1. Move the cursor close to the start point of the curve, and pick.
    The curve will close.
  2. Press the Alt key to suspend automatic closing.

PersistentClose

Closes the curve as soon as there are two points placed.

If you continue to pick points, the curve updates the shape while remaining closed.

Close

Closes the curve smoothly, creating a periodic curve.

Sharp

Closes the curve with a kink, creating a non-periodic curve.

Undo

Reverses the last action.

SubCrv

Type subcrv to select part of a curve as input.

ContinueInterpCrv

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Continue Interpolated Curve

The ContinueInterpCrv command continues to draw the selected curve interpolating through picked points.

This command works best with curves that were drawn with the InterpCrv command.

Steps

  1. Select an open curve near an end.
  2. Pick the next points.
  3. Press Enter to end the curve.
Command-line options

AutoClose

Closes the curve when the cursor moves close to the curve's start point.

AutoClose steps

  1. Move the cursor close to the start point of the curve, and pick.
    The curve will close.
  2. Press the Alt key to suspend automatic closing.

PersistentClose

Closes the curve as soon as there are two points placed.

If you continue to pick points, the curve updates the shape while remaining closed.

Close

Closes the curve smoothly, creating a periodic curve.

Sharp

Closes the curve with a kink, creating a non-periodic curve.

Undo

Reverses the last action.

SubCrv

Type subcrv to select part of a curve as input.

See also

Extend curves and surfaces

 

 

 

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