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Symmetry problem

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  • I did not want to ask. It must be a simple solution. But after hours I - could 't solve it.

    There is a problem with the Symmetry object. It does not join smoothly.

    All points are excactly at zero. No double and no stray points

    Can someone tell me what is wrong?

    Verify.c4d

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    You've got polygons on the symmetry plane which are easy to spot by disabling both the Hypernurbs and symmetry objects. This is a big no no. I suggest getting yourself one of the symmetry modelling plugins that's available. Much easier to model with.

    Also your hierarchy wasn't right. Here's things fixed up.

    3DKiwi

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    I was looking at the op model, Looks like you started with sphere which is ok, but when I turn off symm and hn, How the heck did you end up with 5 points at the top of the sphere? Nigel is right. you cant any polygons that intersect the symm plane. The true symm (free plugin would make this kind of model simple. Also you should learn how to do it the old way, with just a c4d symm object. Also symm clamp plugin is nice as to have. Check out that tut here in the cafe. Look at Nigel's model. He fixed things up 4 ya

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  • You've got polygons on the symmetry plane which are easy to spot by disabling both the Hypernurbs and symmetry objects. This is a big no no.

    :thumbsup: I think I need new eyeglasses

    Great, Kiwi. Thanks. :thisrocks:

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  • How the heck did you end up with 5 points at the top of the sphere?

    :thisrocks: the 5 points on top I also overlooked

    Thanks C4DFreak - all is solved now

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    Here you go all fixed up one point on top and one on bottom, I would think you can make it all quads, (no tri's)

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