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    blend [x]checked


    the last step to model this work:

    I would like to do the indentation of the red part in the image. it is a surface. every time I try to change it, it ends to a disaster. maybe i use the wrong tools.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dedmin View Post
    Draw the stripes as 2d profiles and project them onto the handle.

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    how can I extrude them. If I try that, only the margins go up.

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    Surface - Patch then Offset Surface with Solid=Yes

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    blend [x]checked


    the last step to model this work:

    I would like to do the indentation of the red part in the image. it is a surface. every time I try to change it, it ends to a disaster. maybe i use the wrong tools.
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    Try offset surface

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    I ve made a rod and after that: "arraypolar"
    finally i used fillet edge.

    it doesnt look as well as on the picture, but it's ok.


    I am still working on the stripes... I m attempting to make a patch surface...

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    the result, after maya rendering:
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    Quote Originally Posted by jester[AUT] View Post
    the result, after maya rendering:
    Keep it up - it is just the beginning!

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    by the way: i ve also controlled my edges with the analys tool, so I can see which one is alone. Consequently, you can avoid terrible rendering results...

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