no its about the 2 faces created in between the shaded faces, basically on the dvd this doesnt happen on the extrude face. ive pm the instructor just waiting a relpy. ive tried deleting history, freeze transforms and merging verticies prior to extruding but this doesnt help.
I just looked at the rear picture on your other thread and I THINK I know exactly what you're refering to now. I have the same issue as well and I'm curious if there's a solution. Even with my Keep Faces Setting Checked, I still get those extra faces when I extrude inward.
Edit: or outward on an adjoining face.
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Not quite sure what the question is all about but I have a gut feeling that your normals might be screwed up (some pointing in and some pointing out). You can check this with Display>Polygongs>Face Normals. If this is the case then try Normals>Set to face and/or Normals>Conform and then try extruding again.
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