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CoMaNdore

blender mirroring, and joining

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Okay I have created a half of a simple thing. I want to mirror it so that it becomes a whole thing. I do this by duplicating and then scaling >-1.0< The problem is that the 2 parts AINT connected, so if I use the Catmuller SubSurf. I get a ugly "valley" in the middle of the moddel. How can I join the vertex's all at once? I know how to merge 2 vertexs ( 'w'->merge > at center ) so it looks correct, but this is a big job repeting for all vertexs that overlapp. Is there any to do this fast, and hopefully in 1 operation?

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How can I join the vertex's all at once? I know how to merge 2 vertexs ( 'w'->merge > at center ) so it looks correct, but this is a big job repeting for all vertexs that overlapp.

Is there any to do this fast, and hopefully in 1 operation?


There is a command in Blender, I think, that allows you to delete all duplicate vertices. Look for it in the lower half of the interface with the other commands...

Hopefully someone can post a screenshot of this button for you soon. ^^

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