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Any idea why im getting this
Im a little rusty on max, just been trying to create a bath tub with a spline profile, path using loft and im getting a problem as you can see. any ideas why?.
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6/4/2010 12:46:35 PM (last edit: 6/4/2010 12:48:30 PM)
The lofted spline has issues. Try adjusting the vertex type / bezier handles and see if that changes things.
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6/4/2010 1:24:30 PM (last edit: 6/4/2010 1:24:30 PM)
it looks like the path vertices are not welded ?
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6/4/2010 5:09:55 PM (last edit: 6/4/2010 5:09:55 PM)
How very strange. I clicked on the thumbnail to get a better look at th problem and there was one of my old photos from about 2 centuries ago on the page, he he. What are the odds eh........
As far as your problem, I think its to do with the spline that you are using as the shape to loft. I think I've cured this before by moving the pivot point ( centre axis thing) to the very end of the spline, you can use the pivot snap too to get it accurate. I think what its doing now is sweeping the spline thinking that the centre is the furthest point out. So moving the pivot and re lofting should do the trick. If it doesn't, select the spline operand and manually move it so that the end is on the corner point, not the middle.
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6/4/2010 5:24:42 PM (last edit: 6/4/2010 9:11:54 PM)
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