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PegMantis

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  1. Hi there, Thanks for getting back to me mate, It is indeed the same tutorial we are following! But im unsure if it's the same problem we're sharing, although similar perhaps. As you see in the screenshot below the spline/ path has curves in it, but once it's parented to the spline mask along with some circles, the curves are ignored and is rendered straight. I went through the thread you linked and I'm not facing any performance issues like the other member and the point's involved in the spline is minimal... i'm quite stumped on the problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
  2. Hello there, I'm having an issue with my splines once the chamfering is applied and then placed in a spline mask... Before the splines are placed in the mask, the curves display correctly though once they have been it renders them straight despite the curves still being editable. I'm quite new to splines, so hopefully this was articulate enough... I have attached a Link to the screenshot below. https://ibb.co/fX0GTs9 Thank you,
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