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Old 13-02-2005, 01:56 PM   #1
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This is my first time making one so i may do a lot of mistakes ok here is the plan...
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i know its rusty and its only the road ill make the background and stuff too though ok heres what i have done so far....
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problem problem problem...
when i select two objects and try to merge the vertices i can not select the vertices of both objects at the same time..which is really annoying ..... help!
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Make sure there both one object, go to polygons >combine
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hey thanks it worked i combined the two polys then merged there vertices by 0.01 and this is the result but again thers a problem when i smooth it up this happens
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Looks like you havent deleated the inner faces.
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yeh that was the problem thanks now its looking good... any ideas on how do i make it large enough so that it is of da scale of playable in a game...? ofcourse it ant complete
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