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  10 October 2013
Circle rounding

Hello everyone!

I am working on a new logo idea, and it is basicly a circle with 2 letters in it.
But, this is the problem, when you zoom in at the circle's edges, you can see that it is not round but it is like this:



I have made the logo in illustrator and imported it in C4d (R12) and extruded it.

Can someone tell me how you can make this circle more round?

Thanks verry much in advance!

Xander
 
  10 October 2013
Couple of options.

- You can throw the whole extruded object into a Hypernurbs, which will smooth out the whole thing (and increase poly count).

or

- You can increase the segments on the imported curves themselves, by adjusting the "intermediate Points" in the Object Properties for the curve.

_mike
 
  10 October 2013
Lower the value of the Angle degree of the spline you imported.
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  10 October 2013
Thanks allot! I will try this when i come home tonight
 
  10 October 2013
Originally Posted by MikeFix: Lower the value of the Angle degree of the spline you imported.


Thanks Mike! It worked a bit, but still not enough :( I post pics in a minute!
It should be really easy i guess!
 
  10 October 2013
Originally Posted by MikeFix: Lower the value of the Angle degree of the spline you imported.


Yeah! bagn again from the beginning and bam it worked! thnx man!
 
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