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Old 26-09-2002, 05:04 AM   #1
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Default trim/fillet trouble

hello fellas, i have a nurbs modelling question relating to cars and filleting.

i have filletted these surfaces and everything seems cool, but in the perspective and render views, i see these small areas where things dont line up. i seem to get these little slivery areas between the surfaces,

how do i get rid of these? they really ruin the look if the panel... i have already played with the surface tesselation, and that didnt seem to help do i do it?

thanks a lot for you help,

sedric :banana:
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