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Old 15-12-2003, 11:44 PM   #1
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Hi,
Have just been doing the CPS tutorial (Many Thanks for the Freebie) but when it got to the part where you delete the face to make a mouth, the one on the tutorial is nice and rounded, whereas mine seems to cut the poly out and just followed the lines.
- not the err whatever it is.. Proxy? or is that the poly ?

I Cntrl-Z - all the way back to the basic shape and tried again in case I had moved the centre vertices or something. But its still same - See pic -

Any Ideas ?
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BTW - Can someone please tell me is there a difference between Subdivs and CPS ?

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Well CPS is polygon where as Sub-d isn't.
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Yeah but Sub-D uses Polygon Proxy Mode which is pictured here. It uses a polygon hull to manipulate the sub-d surface.
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