It would appear that www.BSurfaces.info the web site for the retopologizing tool has gone down and was gobbled up by a dentistry practice. Where is the project living now? Has someone put the code on Github? I can't seem to find it.


Even though the site is gone we still have the addon. In fact it comes with the default blender. Just search in the addons for bsurfaces. Or if you are looking for the code go to the addon folder in the blender directory 2.71\scripts\addons\mesh_bsurfaces.py.

There are still a few places to get info about Bsurfaces.

  1. The blender wiki
  2. Blenderartists
  3. A great PDF linked from the blender wiki
  4. A few videos from the creator of Bsurfaces on vimeo
  5. Blender cookie tutorial on BSurfaces here.
  • $\begingroup$ Is the version that ships with Blender the fully featured BSurfaces? As I remember, the GPL version wasn't as beefy as the "real" version. Thanks for the info about where to find the python script. $\endgroup$ – Wray Bowling Oct 3 '14 at 16:27
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    $\begingroup$ @WrayBowling I think the version of bsurfaces that is in blender (v1.5) is as full featured as it gets. v1.2 was that last version that he charged for. As I remember he was only charging money up to a certain amount, then he released the whole scrip as GPL. $\endgroup$ – David Oct 3 '14 at 18:24

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