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Geometry is breaking reflections

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Hello,

 

 Why is the geometry breaking reflections, when the surface is smooth?

 

The geometry is a bit messy.  

How can I fix it?

 

See attached.

 

Thanks. 

Geometry Problem.jpg

Bubbles_2000x2000.jpg

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Hi 

It certainly is a mess for sure, however id need to see at least the file or part of the file.  It could be a unwelded seam, the normals reversed, Zfighting, or bad Uvs, even the phong angle o lack of one.  Or it could be down to just a very bad triangulated mesh.

 

Dan

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8 hours ago, FrankDeFrank said:

The geometry is a bit messy.  

How can I fix it?

Wow. Fixing that is most likely to require starting that section again IMO, or at least some form of complete retopology. Can't remember a time I saw a more appalling mesh ! 

 

CBR

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Yes this is a good example of how not to do it. Before downloading a model allays check the mesh wire-frame image first, if there is no image reference to the wire-frame  then steer away from it.

This is a good example of mesh:

Koenigsegg_28_3840.jpg

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  • Thanks guys.

    This is straight from a cad fie.

    I can't change it.  Works well on Maya but not C4D.

    I wish i had the time to re topo the entire thing.

    Need to use c4d.

     

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    Triangles+curved surface+SDS=artefacts. The only solution is to retopo. 

    Or maybe try a volume builder+mesher at very high settings. If you don’t need a close up shot this might do the trick. 

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    If its a still and no further angles needed he may have to revert to a quick n dirty way to get around it, retopo the panels that are seen that are problematic.

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