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dataworld111
09-25-2011, 06:27 AM
Hi all, i recently working on a audi TT model and i nid help on generating hard edges without pinching or a messy model. Theres mainly 2 methods which i want to inquire about , one is the chamfering of all edges i want to harden , the other one is using tools like 'cut' , im to cut out those supporting edges needed to harden the original edge myself(as presented in grant warwick's hard modelling tut). So which one is more noob friendly in a rather dense mesh such as a car?

evulclown
03-09-2012, 10:06 PM
tight chamfers are considered the normal method of creating hard edges. You might also get a result putting crease to 100% for an edge in edit poly mode.

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