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Old 08-05-2006, 12:59 PM   #1
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Default Just for curiosity

Hi Kurt!

I am following you're StarWars spaceship toturial and I have a question when building the wings.

I have seen that you use 3 splits to create good beveled edges on the flaps like the image I have attached to this post and I wondered why didn´t you crease the edges in subdivision instead.

What's the difference? because by creasing you get lighter poly mesh which makes it easier to work.

Excuse my english errors.

Thank you!
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