Extruding the end of an existing mesh along a Bezier curve in Blender

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79-nBN2QGjw

By Bryson Jack

In this video, I show how to solve a very specific problem. Of course it is rather easy for me as an experienced user of Blender2’s built-in tools and features but what if you have no previous knowledge with 3D modeling at all? What can one do in these circumstances?! Well…I found out recently about my new discovery: extruding an object along its own Bezier curve! The process wasn’t too difficult when using the default setting on “force approximation”. Just make sure your mesh has enough vertices so that there won’t be gaps between them during playback time (or else they will appear ugly). Expect more articles like this soon – stay tuned because

https://youtu.be/79-nBN2QGjw

By Bryson Jack

In this video, I show how to solve a very specific problem. Of course it is rather easy for me as an experienced user of Blender2’s built-in tools and features but what if you have no previous knowledge with 3D modeling at all? What can one do in these circumstances?! Well…I found out recently about my new discovery: extruding an object along its own Bezier curve! The process wasn’t too difficult when using the default setting on “force approximation”. Just make sure your mesh has enough vertices so that there won’t be gaps between them during playback time (or else they will appear ugly). Expect more articles like this soon – stay tuned because.