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Old 13-06-2003, 12:05 AM   #1
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OK i making a CPS head and am in a bit of a pickle.

I'm using the append polygon tool to build the eye area but cant build a face properly. Here's two images. The right show the problem and the left show the shape id like to get.

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a hint: try the split polygon tool
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I think i know what to do.

I did try 'spt' before i posted but couldn't do it cos the end second click wouldn't be at a line, as the right image shows
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I'm having trouble selecting the CPS shell. Therefore i cant decrease/increase subdivision level. I have an image of the layers cos maybe somthings not selected.

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you have to select the cpsbase layer.
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try and take the R off in the cpsBase layer.... to do that you need to click it once
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None of that didn't work.

Here the file, i'll appriciate it if someone can figure it out
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from that file it seems you have deleted the base geometry.....
what you can try and do is delete the two layers, select the proxy object and use the CPS tool on it....
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