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Old 25-12-2006, 08:09 PM   #1
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... in my christmas hollyday I am learning a bit Maya, here my WIP from the Freaky-Tutorial so far... So far it was easy and funny to follow the tutorial... Only one time I was confused, when I should snap my points to the grid, by defailt my Maya was set to Retain Component Spacing... ... next step are the texturing videos... I hope they are also easy to follow like the first three modeling videos...
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Nice work so far xseye.

Not sure, what your question was concerning snap to grid. The shortcut key is 'x' - just hold it down when you move the component. If you turn off retain component spacing, the components will move and all snap together to the grid line. If left on, their relative distances will stay the same and it will snap to the midpoint...if that made any sense at all....
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... thank you arran,
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... here a little what I did, I hope I can learn the next days more with some other tutorials,
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