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Hello fellow modelers

I tryed to acess today and it's down. It was beaten to spam for a while ago, but know it's really dead.

It's really a shame since it had great subD resources and discussions, such as Subdivision Primer The Pole, The Pole revised, The Form, Head Topology, etc, etc...

Here are some of them in google cache:
The Pole
The Form
The Pole - revised
Topology - head
8 Pole Head Technique
Unfortunetly the Subdivision Primer cache is messed up =/

Last time i checked the domain hosted on a server owned by Mr.Wes Beckwith, an active leader at SpinQuad and Kurvtudios communities. So i made a thread appealing for those resources to be hosted, incorporated somewhere else, maybe one of those forums, since it's a dang shame to lose all that unique info and approach to subdivision.

Make some polite noise if you can at those threads, to make them aware of the value and effort put on those threads.

Spinquad thread

Kurvstudios thread

  05 May 2011
Wow, sad to hear it's down. Thanks for posting up the google cache's of those threads.
  05 May 2011
Vbob from CG forum had already made backups of some threads.
You can find them at

I also put all those .zip files in a file sharing website so that bandwidth can be spared.

Kudos to Vbob!


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Last edited by animatics : 11 November 2011 at 07:07 PM.
  07 July 2011
thanks for the links

  07 July 2011
Found the Subdivision Primer intact =)

Kudos to

By the way, does anyone know who is the author of this Primer?

Last edited by animatics : 07 July 2011 at 08:33 PM.
  07 July 2011
Is this a preview of the larger future of subdivision modeling in general?
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  11 November 2011

In some ways SubD could reach further, but what particular thing makes you think that?
  11 November 2011
Some nice people on rescued the original file of
"Reference Sheets/Tables for 3D Modeling" wich I found very useful for training also.

Thanks to for that!
  11 November 2011

Found at (Wayback Machine).
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Last edited by Hardkorn : 11 November 2011 at 01:33 PM.
  11 November 2011
Thank you
I can only acess the first post of each thread though =/

Originally Posted by Dinf: Some nice people on rescued the original file of
"Reference Sheets/Tables for 3D Modeling" wich I found very useful for training also.

Thanks to for that!
Those ones are not lost fortunetly. They are mine =)
But there's also a thread in CGSociety:

One wish that SomeArtist had made the thread here =)

Last edited by animatics : 11 November 2011 at 07:24 PM.
  11 November 2011
I just finished replicating some of the posts from THE POLE thread.

Feel free to comment.
There is also a zip file attached with a txt containing the posts entries with a forum format, so if you want to replicate the thread somewhere else, feel free to do it.

Will probably give a shot at some other threads, but for now I'm sick of transcripting and all the fuss.

  11 November 2011
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