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Old 04 April 2004   #1
Prob with merge vertex...

Hi all! I have little question and...please help me!!!
I have modelled head and character body separately...
When i try to connect neck vertex with body vertex and then merge all these vertex...in the rendering i can see "orrible visible connection edge"! Why? I have tried many times with other polygons and there aren't visible edge, but all vertex are perfectly
fused with mesh. Please help me! Very very thx!
 
Old 04 April 2004   #2
You have to soften the edges from the edit poly|normal (cannot remember coz i dont have maya right now)
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Old 04 April 2004   #3
No...Prob is not there! I had already soften edge with Soften/Harden edge option/ All SoftEdge - 180. NOTHING!
I can see these bad connection edges!!! I have apply some material to combined mesh, i have tried with smooth polygon option and...NOTHING! Maya GURU help me!
 
Old 04 April 2004   #4
Why not share your model? your could send it to me if you want, use my lazzhar@hotmail.com but make sure it's not a big file by compressing it.
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Old 04 April 2004   #5
Have you check normals on those faces?. If the normals is not conform, then merge vertices cannot merge those vertices even though their distance is 0.

Make sure all normals are facing in the same direction, and use display border edge to see whether you have a border edge around those area.
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Old 04 April 2004   #6
Ok, now all it's ok! I have tried to use polygon cleanup options
and bad visible edges are gone! However some normals in other parts of my model body wasn't correctly. I have solved this prob with "Polygon/Normals/Conform". Now all normals are in right directions!
 
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