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  1. Hi Cerbera. Thank you again for your incredible help. You are completely right about the ribs going down all the way to the plastic band. Good catch! I'll try and follow your steps and let you know as I move forward. thank you so much!
  2. Hi Cerbera - Thank you again for all the help. I had no problem building the rest of the neck using the loft correctly as you described. However, when it comes to the details of the cap, something is still off. I tried to add the details for around the cap grip, but had difficulties selecting the areas where I need to use the extrude inner. thoughts on how to do this? As for adding the thickness I haven't got there quite yet. I will keep trying. Attached is the file with how far I've come. Thank you. PJ
  3. Cerbera — You are an Angel. I cant thank you enough for this. it makes a lot of sense and it helped me a TON! I'll keep on reading through your points and move forward creating the cap. I'll post my progress here as I go and let you know if I have any more questions. SO excited to see this come to life and start rendering. THANK YOU.
  4. Thank you so much for your prompt response. highly appreciated! I tried moving the splines around within the loft but still couldn't make it work. Attached is my C4D file. if you could make the correction would be amazing! thank you. PJbottle-mockup-body.c4d
  5. Hello everyone. Gabe here. I'm a digital designer who started working with 3d not until recently. I'm working on building a model of a bottle using loft but I can't seem to move past the neck. As the shape of the bottle is not a cylinder, I'm having a hard time trying to figure out how I can morph the rounded rectangular shape into a cylinder for the neck. When I try to loft the spline with a circle, it doesn't work. I attached photo of the model that I've come so far. Please let me know if you have any ideas. Thank you
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