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  1. actually isoparms yet they are potential isoparms. Until I physically create them from the potential
  2. isoparms here. To add these isoparms in Im going to go to edit NURBS and choose insert
  3. select the isoparms of both the edges
  4. additional isoparms. This is going to be different than the polygon process which were going
  5. to examine later. To add in extra isoparms Im going to select
  6. my model a light blue color. As we saw earlier as I click on one of these isoparms, it will
  7. create several new potential isoparms if by holding down shift I continue dragging out
  8. the same when creating it. So Im going to create two new isoparms around the head
  9. isoparms. Doing so, as you see here, will now add additional
  10. It doesnt actually insert isoparms onto the form. So by choosing surface direction
  11. Ill hit close. Now since Ive done a lot of operations recently inserting isoparms,
  12. If I hide my isoparms, you can see that this thing is really flowing quite nicely.
  13. lower point count, otherwise you're going to end up with a billion isoparms on this.
  14. blend. And if I shade that without the isoparms you'll notice that it's blending in really
  15. and you find out that you've got some wavy points, or some wavy isoparms or something
  16. of the already existing isoparms. To do this Im going to select this isoparm along the
  17. on Nurbs sphere like this one, one of your isoparms is going to be a thicker green one.
  18. isoparms are still a thicker green and thats what youre seeing here on this shape.