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Old 18-02-2007, 12:16 AM   #1
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Hi i am trying to merdge 2 objects into one object and i am not shore how to do that. if there is any one who can help me plese post or post a tutorial. thank you.
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Try mesh - > combine and merge the vertex from the 2 objects
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um i am not really shore how to fully do that when i do it, it dosn't work
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I hope it works ( coz im noob in maya )
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Do the following:

Select two Poly objects and under POLYGONS combine them!
Under Edit POLYGONS go to the option Box from Merge Vertices and set the distance value to 3.
Its importend because when the distance is by 0.1 or something like that you can´t merge verts who are more distant like that value!

Download the Cartoon Dog Tut. There is it too!
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wow ok cool thanks everybody
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