I can't handle the smooth modifiers

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Old 04 April 2013   #1
I can't handle the smooth modifiers

Hi, people !
I am facing issues with these smoothing modifiers.. I can't smooth properly neither a simple shape :( Nor turbosmooth, nor meshsmooth do the job well... I just want to round the edges a little bit, but after i select turbosmooth.. I get this sort of thing:


One more thing, is it possible in 3ds max to make a gradually smooth from top of the shape to it's bottom? I mean... not applying the same smooth level to all the shape
Thank you
 
Old 04 April 2013   #2
As shown in the attachment, connect the two sides as shown in red. You need those connecting lines and I have no idea why you don't have them.
Then select the blue edges with a loop tool and make sure that they are creased. You can skip the corners if you want them smooth. then smooth.
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Old 04 April 2013   #3
Deleting everything but one side and using a shell modifier on the remaining surface would probably be faster than connecting the edges manually.
 
Old 04 April 2013   #4
i can't seem to connect the edges that way because the left side is made of more segments and the right side is only one edge... but i get the point, I understand that I didn't had to tesselate one face, and I had to connect all the edges instead... thank you
 
Old 04 April 2013   #5
Just do as scrimski said: select all the front faces we can see in the image>ctrl+I to invert the selesction>delete. Now apply the shell modifier to the remaining planar shape.
 
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