Beer glass scene creation
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# 1 06-11-2006 , 05:27 PM
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Extrude face

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I used extrude face several times for a cube so now it's a curved bar. But I want to use extrude face on the whole object now, how do I delete all my subdiversions?

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# 2 06-11-2006 , 05:34 PM
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not sure what you mean... you created a curved bar and then smoothed it?

if that's the case you could set your subdivisions on the smooth to zero, then do whatever work you need done.


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# 3 06-11-2006 , 07:37 PM
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I followed your advice by extruding the lower two things that are sticking out there, but it's about the selected thing. I want those subdiversions out, one whole piece, so I can extrude the left face to make the sharp piece of the blade broader.

# 4 06-11-2006 , 07:39 PM
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Problem solved

# 5 06-11-2006 , 07:40 PM
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well that's not really a good idea... best bet is to select all of the faces of the one side, and then extrude with 'keep faces together' checked in the menu towards the bottom. then you can extrude like you want.

at the same time (although not recommended) you can go into edge mode, highlight all the edges you don't want, and choose delete edge. i still recommend doing the first thing i suggested.


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# 6 06-11-2006 , 07:41 PM
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oh well damn there was no 'problem solved' before i started replying user added image


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# 7 06-11-2006 , 08:14 PM
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Yeah I did what you said before you said it.

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