Continuity options

 From:  Michael Gibson
4534.4 In reply to 4534.3 
Hi niko, well it's a fairly big change for the Network command to do that because currently the way Network works is that you pick all the curves, then run Network and bam it's all finished without anything extra to do.

In order to add options to it also means making an extra stage in the command which is a pretty big step.

It could be possible to do that, but it's more important first to have the separate command so that you can get continuity in many other kinds of situations instead of only with Network.

> Imagine having a lot of these surfaces how much work it would be.....

If you're making a whole lot of little network surfaces, that may be a sign that you need to take a step back and re-evaluate the whole strategy for how you're approaching the model - you're generally going to get better results if you try to build sections of your model that should be smooth as one larger surface with pieces of that trimmed off, instead of trying to make a patchwork of a whole lot of little separate surface fragments.

The little surface fragment type approach tends to work better in a sub-d modeler where everything gets kind of melted and smoothed out as part of the sub-d process.

- Michael