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    If SURFSCULPT doesn't work with separated surfaces, try before the command UNION in order to obtain a single unified surface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmo View Post
    If SURFSCULPT doesn't work with separated surfaces, try before the command UNION in order to obtain a single unified surface.
    But the end result has to be a "watertight" surface otherwise SURFSCULPT will not work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    But the end result has to be a "watertight" surface otherwise SURFSCULPT will not work.
    Yes, right. Also self intersections have to be avoided.

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