This command creates a surface by interpolating it through several curves.

Inline mode usage

skinned -h
Displays the help file that summarizes the parameters for this command.
skinned–s <curve1><curve2>…
Interpolates a surface through the given curves.

Interactive mode usage

  • Curves used for the interpolation of the surface. The user can select them by left-clicking on them in the geometry view (hold Ctrl and click for multiple selection).


In this example we will create a surface that interpolates through several circles of different radius. To do this, we first create the circles used for the interpolation:

> circle 0 0 0 3
> circle 0 0 2 1
> circle 0 0 4 2

Figure 1. Circles used for the interpolation

To create the surface, we invoke the skinned command and pass to it the three circles as parameters:

> skinned
Select curves on screen (Press enter when done) // Select the three circles

Figure 2. Resulting surface