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Old 23-04-2008, 11:12 PM   #1
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Old 23-04-2008, 11:13 PM   #2
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Some weird shading i assume this means' somethings not right??
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go to vertices and look on the left side of the second triangle a couple of them are off the general plane
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Harden your normals mate.
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Perfect! hardening normals worked treat!
gster123 could you tell me why this happens??

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When you model something and your changing the shape etc, the angle of some of the normals change, giving you those shadows. Hardeniing them sets em back.

You can also soften normals to to "smooth out" an object to a degree
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Cheers mate makes sense!
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