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May 07, 2007



You're going to have to be a lot more specific about what you mean by "Nurbs modeling". CINEMA 4D has had NURBS modeling since at least version 5 which was out when I started working there in 1998/9.

I am assuming you mean more like a solids based NURBS modeling system. I don't work at MAXON anymore, but I doubt they will be adding that anytime soon. SubDs seem to be the main area of focus for most modeling packages, so I expect that the focus will remain there.


Is Maxon planing to implement NURBS modeling into Cinema 4D?


It seems like if Maxon is going to trump up it's role in movie production, it should clarify that it's mostly used for the title sequences and matte paintings. Dancing around the specifics makes it seem like they are hoping people think the character animation was done with C4D.

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