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Old 05-05-2004, 04:56 PM   #1
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Default Recessed bolt modeling...

I would like to know how best to achieve this with modeling:



Yes, the ole bolt-recessed-in-the-corner thingie.

Thanks.

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Old 06-05-2004, 04:10 PM   #2
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broken link for me.
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Sorry, I posted this question on another web site forum and moved the image on my server.

You should see it now.
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just the recessed part?

this should help a bit:

http://forum.simplymaya.com/showthre...k&pagenumber=2
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Thanks, Pure. I was hoping for a polygon-related approach. I'm more comfortable with poly-modeling then NURBS. Though of course I still plan on learning NURBS as well.
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it is a poly based approach, watch the video link that's in that thread and that will show you how to do it with polys.
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Yep, I watched it. Very good one.

Do you know where I can get the software that was used to capture that tutorial?
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