Beveling with subdivisions


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Beveling with subdivisions

Adding detail to subdivision models is relatively easy when using the Bevel tool. What we're going to do is take this model and add a little more detail to it. Let's hit the Tab key to see what this looks like with a subdivision surface put on. You can see that, well, it looks okay, but it's a little sharp at the top, not quite what we want. We need a little more detail there. So to make it a little clearer, I'm just going to hit the Tab key to turn off the subdivisions for right now just so you can see what we're doing. And that's something to point out is that when you're working with subdivisions you can very easily turn them on and off.

It's not a permanent state. I'm going to take the top polygon just by clicking on it, and then I'm going to hold the Shift key and select the next one. I want to select all the way around, and rather than manually doing it, I'm going to come over to my Select dropdown to the left side of the screen and choose S...

Beveling with subdivisions
Video duration: 3m 50s 7h 9m Beginner

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Beveling with subdivisions provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Dan Ablan as part of the LightWave 10 Essential Training

Subject:
3D + Animation
Software:
LightWave
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