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Old 06-01-2004, 05:12 PM   #1
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I will be doing a character at low poly, I am not to sure about texturing as Maya is pretty new to me, any way I will post the concept later tonight and a few updates as well.

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Old 06-01-2004, 10:46 PM   #2
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he is a palladin
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Looks cool so far.
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Default almost done I think

this one is triangulated and is sitting at 2154 faces.

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Looks good dude.
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Default blocky

How can I smooth it out so it is not so blocky.

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If you want to maintain the number of polys, you'd want to soften the edges. Edit Polygons > Normals > Soften/Harden Edge.
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Looking good

What is the diffrence between harden/sodten edges?
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how do get a uv snapshot of everything, all i am getting is the top right quarter.

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instead of having a hard blocky model, you get a smooth looking one.
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You have to arrange your UVs in the top right corner.
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