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bobro wrote:Hi guys,
like Matt said me now I see my open form (no solid ) aparently well...If I divide don't appear
-SDS...I'm a beginner in Zbrush and I have to finish a work of texturing in jewellry:
1-In this moment in my object I don't understand and see..."Any open mesh will contract along the model's edges when subdivided but this can be minimized by adding extra "reinforcement" edges." but I will study this question...
2-What is DynaMesh? I don't see dynamesh in tool/geometry window of my tryal Zbrush
3- I have now my obj very light (114 kb?!?..convertion from box mode to obj in rhino) in zbrush...I try dividing it at level 5 and I add some textures(look good)..save this like obj (43MB!!!) and open in Rhino where I need ,I think ,only the thickness and some booleans but
...ok for a boolean
but when I try to offset mesh to have a 1.4 mm of thickness Rhino 5 crashes
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