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Old 03-29-2013, 01:12 AM   #1
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Attaching two separate curves


I was wondering, is it possible in Maya to join together two curves without them connecting?

I don't think it is possible with default tools, just wondering if there is a hack or workaround solution to only have one node for the two separate shapes.
Old 03-29-2013, 01:25 AM   #2
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Not sure what you mean exactly. Do you just want to group them so that they share a transform and can be moved as one?

[Edit] And after reading your post for real :-), I see that you do want it to be one node. Don't think you can put two curves in one curve shape...
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Yeah, I'm using curves as a distribution point for VRayScatter. In 3DS Max, one can combine multiple splines into a single "object". (You can see them press "Attach" multiple times)

I was wondering if this was at all possible with Maya's curves.

Perhaps I'll add this to the feedback site.
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