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 Re: [cgkit-user] Bezier Curves From: Matthias Baas - 2010-02-03 21:18:38 ```Hi Paul, Paul Wellner Bou wrote: > Actually, I have the four points of the bezier curve I want to draw. > After playing a bit more with the BezierCurve I found out that the > BezierPoints are not supposed to be any points within the bezier curve > but the points where one bezier curve ends and the next one starts. > > As I have the four points I should be able to draw the complete bezier > curve, using the first point and the last point as BezierPoints and the > differences between the second and the first, and the last and the third > as tangents, right? Yes, that's exactly how it works. If you have two consecutive BezierPoints p1 and p2, then the Bezier curve connecting those points is defined by the four control points p1, p1+outTangent1, p2+inTangent2, p2. > Should work. Tried it, but the visualisation is not how I expected it, > but this may be due to my data. Hm, can you send an example? - Matthias - ```
 Re: [cgkit-user] Bezier Curves From: Paul Wellner Bou - 2010-02-03 09:45:06 ```Hi Matthias, thanks for the reply. Actually, I have the four points of the bezier curve I want to draw. After playing a bit more with the BezierCurve I found out that the BezierPoints are not supposed to be any points within the bezier curve but the points where one bezier curve ends and the next one starts. As I have the four points I should be able to draw the complete bezier curve, using the first point and the last point as BezierPoints and the differences between the second and the first, and the last and the third as tangents, right? Should work. Tried it, but the visualisation is not how I expected it, but this may be due to my data. Regards Paul. ```

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