I remember a while back someone speaking a lot about Single Surface Modeling. Is there a tutorial out there for this and if not could someone break down the specifics of how this is done, for any software package in mind. I am assuming this involves moving control points/vertices/hulls to acheive the detail, but that is far too obvious I would think.
Specific details would be great. I currently use a common nurbs technique to model just about anything, involving 2 rail sweeps and building continuities from that to complete forms. But problems with tangency can still be a issue depending on the complexity of the design, so I can see how using this SS technique would be beneficial.
Let me know.