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Old 04-26-2009, 09:11 AM   #1
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Getting Rid of Nasty Bumps

Is there a way for me to avoid these nasty bumps? i tried different ways but still it won't dissapear. thanks!

 
Old 04-26-2009, 06:31 PM   #2
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In some cases you need more sides on the base object and scaling the verts near the opening.

There's similar models in the 3rd part of this tutorial:
http://digitalapprentice.net/Commun...cessfully+saved.
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try to do this, I dont know if u understand the image..

1- be careful with 5 sides.
2- Right now, if add an edge loop around the holes it would work great, however that will hold the holes position, which is not what ur looking for.
3 - in order to be able to keep the holes, without distort the mesh around u have to add more edge loops horizontal and vertical close to the holes, so check the drawing and fix those things and u should get the right result. U have to do something similar to the other holes

try it out and let me know if anything.

take care
 
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