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Old 01-02-2005, 09:40 PM   #1
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Default doubled model


Ive been working on this model and its starting to come together and ive just noticed that somewhere along the line I have double the model. so when I smooth it out everyone looks really weird because for every face theres two!

Is there a quick way of sorting this or do I need to deleted each face individually?

Any help would be much appreciated

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if the doubled polys are exactly in the same place as the originals, then you can use a merge verticy function under edit polygons to get rid of the redundant geometry.
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