Guest ksymenaborczynska Posted February 26, 2015 Share Posted February 26, 2015 (edited) 1) I just ended modeling a draft version of the outside skin of a building and now need to prepare "proper" clean and quadified mesh, with no overlaps inside. What would be the best way to do that if I want to keep all convex and concave surfaces as close to the draft as possible? Spline cage? Or ProBoolean? I want to make interior visualisations as well and because of that need the possibly cleanest version. http://imgur.com/pJlUsQM,NOuQTsl#0 http://imgur.com/pJlUsQM,NOuQTsl#1 2) Later on, I would like to create openings in the skin that would be bigger and denser in the area where the elements clash and would become smaller in other directions. I am experimenting with Para 3D but I think something simpler would do. Is there a way to project splines on a surface in 3ds Max AND control them after that by modifying the original splines? http://imgur.com/GaQNHBE Edited February 26, 2015 by ksymenaborczynska Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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