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Tri-polys? [message #1166] Tue, 02 September 2008 02:57 UTC Go to next message
avatar kichigai  is currently offline kichigai
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I tried using the search function for the answer but I keep getting a page error. So I apologize if I overlooked this answer somewhere. ^_^;

I absolutely love this place and I want to make more designs, but does the 3D model must be 100% quads? Would it be ok to have a few tri-polys?
Re: Tri-polys? [message #1173 is a reply to message #1166 ] Tue, 02 September 2008 09:04 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar Hieron  is currently offline Hieron
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Not 100% sure here, but I believe it should be all tri's. A quad is a badly defined (better, non defined Smile ) surface.. so I'd say pure tri's is your best bet.

My model didn't get accepted untill I tri'd it.. and to me that makes perfect sense.
Re: Tri-polys? [message #1178 is a reply to message #1173 ] Tue, 02 September 2008 16:12 UTC Go to previous message
avatar pete  is currently offline pete
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We accept models that contain both quads and tri's

Peter

PS: Thanks for the compliment Cool

 
   
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