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Old 30-10-2007, 02:23 PM   #1
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Default extrude probs.


i press x to snap my faces to the gridline but they only extrude out halfway and i get this horrible pointy bit sticking out to far. the instructor in dvd has his geom. smack on the button. anyone know why?
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you need to go into the attributes of the move tool and turn off "retain componant spacing" at the bottom

should sort you out
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just take the scale and scale it to it looks right.
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