|September 12, 2012, 08:23||
Meshing of a eyeball's model
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I had used a lot of points to generate the eyeball model so that i will have higher accuracy of the spline-fitting process.
Will it affect the meshing? Like will it takes a longer time for it to mesh or more difficult to mesh?
Sorry for my bad english and thank you very much.
|September 13, 2012, 16:00||
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Are you converting to a bspline or nurb? If so, then no.
If you use it directly as a faceted geometry, then it may slow down the graphics a tiny bit...
Probably not a problem.
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