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Old 26-02-2010, 04:01 PM   #229
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Originally Posted by MightyReg View Post
I tried merging my subtools yesterday, the inconvenient is that I lose all my lower subdivisions level, which make it hard later to change things.
And I also tried transposing my model with the normal transpose, it's just that to do it efficiently I have to go to lower subdivisions level, but when I return to my highest level, artefacts appears, maybe I can post a picture of that.
Ultimately maybe I can try with a previous version of my snowman which have less polys but no fur, I would have to redo the fur, but I prefer that than a final model with no pose.
But your technique for posing multiple subtools witouth Transpose Master seems very good, I'll keep it in mind, thanks again for coming to my help Fernando!
Hey Crazyfool, looks killer man, love it

Hey Mighty,
It's easy for you to have the subdivisions in the merged tool,

1-merge them Low-export as OBJ
2- merge them Hign-export as OBJ
3-open a ZSphere-import the Low
4-subdivide it the exact number as the high
5-import the high

if it doesn't work you

1-load the Low merged
2-append the high merged
3-subdivide the low the exact number of divisions of the high
4- use the "Project All" to project the High mesh to the low subdivided,

And you are good to go

BTW-If you have problems in the mesh due to projection you can use
intermediate subdivision to project step by step

Cheers Bro

Fernando Kuhlmann
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