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What's an "isoparm" ?

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Hi gang,

Would you believe,  I've been doing C4D since 2003,  and I still don't know what an "isoparm" is?    I have created a spline-sweep object today,    and one of the parameters is,  of course,  Isoparm Subdivision.       Increasing or lowering that number seems to have no visible effect (that I can see,  anyway) on my object's appearance.

So what is the importance of Isoparm Subdivision?    In what 3D situation would this parameter be of great importance?



Thanks,   ras

Art is mostly about liking things.---   Andy Warhol

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