I'm modeling a fish with Bézier curves, but now I have a body of rotation and don't know how to carve out the tail.
I have searched Google and YouTube for the problem, but the nearest thing I have found is a tutorial for creating trees, but with this method I don't get a sharp edge between the tails.
Basically, I'd be happy if I could cut away the surplus material at the tail from the body of rotation with the bisect tool. The tail would be angular, so I'd need some bisect too that could cut spherically.
If you have a whole different solution I'd be happy to hear it! Maybe with nurbs-surface-circles or something like that??
I have looked at this tutorial (in German), and in that case I would need to align the nurbs-circle-surfaces to a curve. This method (if possible) would be the very best one!
Thanks in advance for helping me! :)