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Vladimir-Vlada
08-12-2005, 05:09 PM
HELP!!!

I can't edit the PC head model! I opened the model and I chose editable poly (converted the head to editable poly), I tried editing the vertexes and the polygons, but the thing wouldn't even select them!

HELP PLEASE.

Jeff
08-12-2005, 05:17 PM
HELP!!!

I can't edit the PC head model! I opened the model and I chose editable poly (converted the head to editable poly), I tried editing the vertexes and the polygons, but the thing wouldn't even select them!

HELP PLEASE.
IIRC, when I experimented with this, I chose editable mesh...

Vladimir-Vlada
08-12-2005, 06:25 PM
IIRC, when I experimented with this, I chose editable mesh...

IT WORKS! Thank you, Moeller. You are truly helpful.

Jeff
08-12-2005, 06:26 PM
IT WORKS! Thank you, Moeller. You are truly helpful.
Well, I do what I can.

Vladimir-Vlada
08-12-2005, 06:54 PM
What the-? :drop2:

ROFL ROFL ROFL... Man I'm going to be sick. Where do I start:

1. I can't see the face because of the vertexes.
2. Man, there are like a kazillions of polygons on this face.
3. I keep hitting the wrong vertex.

Moddeling is so hard... I'm going to be sick. :barf:

Jeff
08-12-2005, 08:10 PM
What the-? :drop2:

ROFL ROFL ROFL... Man I'm going to be sick. Where do I start:

1. I can't see the face because of the vertexes.
2. Man, there are like a kazillions of polygons on this face.
3. I keep hitting the wrong vertex.

Moddeling is so hard... I'm going to be sick. :barf:
I had some of the same problems when I first tried editing the verts on a head model. I would think I was moving something up or down, when in reality I was moving it outward. When I looked at his face from the side... not good.

I would suggest making minor changes to the face on your first go, and as you get better, you can try doing more changes as you get good at it and used to it.

Vladimir-Vlada
08-12-2005, 08:36 PM
"I would suggest making minor changes to the face on your first go, and as you get better, you can try doing more changes as you get good at it and used to it."
Good point. Thanks for the hint. :)