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Mesh Smooth question
show user profile  mangaroca
Hi,

Is there a way to keep the "old" vertexes in their original places while applying MeshSmooth and making the mesh more complex? I try to smooth the mesh of a ship's hull but the vertexes I already have react to that modifier and move slightly to create an optimum curve instead of staying in their places.

I hope such method exists...
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2/19/2011 3:01:24 PM (last edit: 2/19/2011 3:01:24 PM)
show user profile  Garp
If the verts are kept in place, the model is not 'smoothed'.
To increase the mesh density without rounding the surfaces, use the tesselate modifier.




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2/19/2011 3:29:13 PM (last edit: 2/19/2011 3:29:13 PM)
show user profile  Octopuzzy
If you just want to subdivide the hull you can use the tesselate modifier.
You can also use mesh/turbosmooth with smoothinggroups, so some edges stays hard (and in place), which is what i would use.




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2/19/2011 3:30:32 PM (last edit: 2/19/2011 3:30:32 PM)
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