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Old 30th Mar 2015, 3:41 AM Default[ASK] Creating Unsmoothing, Edgy Line on Mesh Surface #1
Celebriton
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There's a normal smoothing plugin for Milkshape out there.

Is there the reversed, un-smoothing, undone plugin, to create an edgy line or boxy shape?

Thanks.
Old 1st Apr 2015, 6:30 AM #2
metisqueen30
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You could try to go to Edit, Unweld which will take off the smoothing Milkshape automatically does and make the lines more hard and visible
Old 4th Apr 2015, 12:42 PM #3
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^
Thanks!

I'm going to try it.
Old 4th Apr 2015, 2:06 PM #4
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Oh no!

Unweld seems doesn't do anything. I don't see any different.

I wonder if I did it wrong?

I select a line (several vertex in a line), unweld, it doesn't do anything. Then I select vertex surrounded the line, and it doesn't do anything too.
Old 6th Apr 2015, 7:42 AM #5
metisqueen30
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you can't unweld an part of an object by vertex, you need to select the part by face and then go to edit unweld...try that and see if it works...
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