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Old 24-03-2005, 12:59 AM   #1
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Default Poly--How do you fill in a gap after deleting faces???

How do you fill in the gap after you delete two faces, kind of like filling in a surface between 2 edges. here's a pic cuz i can't explain it very well.
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Use the append to polygon tool, select the edges bordering where you want the new face. I red shaded preview will help you see where the new face will be. When satisified, hit enter or press the middle mouse button. Looks like you have a couple open edges, so you press "y" when done with one face to complete it and proceed to the next.
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hey, i just found out. You select the edges and go Edit Polygons > Fill Hole
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