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Issues reducing Polygons in Clothing

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i am hoping to find ways to reduce the polygon count of a cloth mesh efficiently, here's my situation:

 

i have a cloth mesh on a model that is at an extremely high polygon count (800k). i tried using the polygon reduction tool (see screenshot) but i'm getting really bad breakage at the seams.

 

any suggestions on what to do to fix this? 

 

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It would probably be easier to retopo a low poly mesh on top of it and use that...


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