How to do in Silo ....

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  09 September 2013
How to do in Silo ....


i am searched a long time for a tool like silo.
A "Notepad" for 3d modelling and not a whole office suite.

Basically my first impressions with silo are pretty good, but i cant figure out how or if i can do the following with it

-> Smoothing groups
i want to do low poly modelling. Here i need eg one part of a cube to have smoothed normals, the other side not.
In max it would be "select a bunch of faces, set them to a smoothing group, the face normals are interpolated after that"

-> partial subdivision
i can subdivide with c and decrease subdiv count with v.
Can i subdivide only a part of the mesh, only the selected faces ?
Can i tesselate them instead of smoothing ?

-> solid chamfer
you know, do a bevel without removing the original edge, so you get more accurate hard surfaces ?

These are the mainfeatures i couldn't find and need to use all the day.
Can you point me how to do it or is it not possible ?

  10 October 2013
I am new to silo, but I think what you are looking for is a way to keep some sharp geometry and smooth out the rest. what you could try is to crease the geometry you want to keep and then subdivide the object.
  10 October 2013
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