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[https://docs.blender.org/manual/en/latest/modeling/metas/introduction.html Meta objects are implicit [[surface]]s, meaning that they are not explicitly defined by vertices (as [[mesh]]es are) or control points (as [[surface]]s are): they exist procedurally. Meta objects are literally mathematical formulas that are calculated on-the-fly by Blender.]
 
[https://docs.blender.org/manual/en/latest/modeling/metas/introduction.html Meta objects are implicit [[surface]]s, meaning that they are not explicitly defined by vertices (as [[mesh]]es are) or control points (as [[surface]]s are): they exist procedurally. Meta objects are literally mathematical formulas that are calculated on-the-fly by Blender.]
  
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[https://blender-addons.org/bsurfaces-addon/ The Bsurfaces addon, build in Blender 2.8, creates [[mesh]] from annotation strokes... Meaning that you can use the Bsurfaces addon create meshes or use it for [[retopology]].]
 
[https://blender-addons.org/bsurfaces-addon/ The Bsurfaces addon, build in Blender 2.8, creates [[mesh]] from annotation strokes... Meaning that you can use the Bsurfaces addon create meshes or use it for [[retopology]].]
  

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Blender Meta objects are implicit surfaces, meaning that they are not explicitly defined by vertices (as meshes are) or control points (as surfaces are): they exist procedurally. Meta objects are literally mathematical formulas that are calculated on-the-fly by Blender.

bsurfaces addon[edit | edit source]

The Bsurfaces addon, build in Blender 2.8, creates mesh from annotation strokes... Meaning that you can use the Bsurfaces addon create meshes or use it for retopology.

we work on the same mesh object we want to build

using the curve

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