How to blend/bolean two subtools.

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  12 December 2012
How to blend/bolean two subtools.

In order to sculpt sufficient detail into my creatures head I decided to separate it from the body, (torso and legs don't need the same amount of subdivisions).
Now I have the problem of reattaching the head to the body. Can anyone suggest how I can do this? I can merge the two subtools but it doesn't create a bridge of polys between them.
 
  12 December 2012
Here is a snapshot of my model. You can see I have combined the head and the body back together. But I have no idea how I can merge them, I would like to be able to smooth and integrate them together.

Also here is a link to a .zip of my .obj if it helps.
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/38771393/test2.zip




Thanks in advance..
 
  12 December 2012
mask the head and pull the 2 parts together around the neck, you can all so mask the body and move the lower head neck,
set the Dynamesh around 800 or 900 and dynamesh it with project on then once done use the smooth brush around the neck and once thats done QRemesh it.
when you dynamesh it make sure there is no holes, if there is move that area a bit and re dynamesh it
http://i.imgur.com/IOFyj.jpg

Last edited by informerman : 12 December 2012 at 11:47 AM.
 
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