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Old 25-10-2003, 06:01 PM   #1
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Hi I have a Poly head model and I have tried everything and I can't get rid of the seam/joint in the middle problem. It could be because I did not construct the model properly....actually I don't know why:-)
Can I mail the model to someone/anyone who could look at it and tell me why I can't get rid of the seam in the middle.
I am not able to solve this problem unless I know what I am doing wrong.
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yea, ill look at it, yet im not sure if it will fit in hotmail-- if not then aim me-- longer but will go through.. Hotmail ( dedsol84@hotmail.com ) aim -- xxGraphikzxx
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I sent it. It was 1.02 Mb. I hope you get it.
DeDsol- I am an Industrial designer by degree ;-) Just saw it under your profile.
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It came back your hotmail account could not take it :-(
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I just realized that when I use the "mirror" command + check "merge with the original" and then "smooth" then there is no split line :-)

Previously I was using "duplicate" in the negative direction and then using "poly combine tool" then the "smooth" tool this was resulting is a split line.

Should my original method not achieve the same result as the mirror merge method as well????
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http://www.hinst.net/~phalcon/mckinley/MT_mirror.zip
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