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 From:  albehany
8520.1 
hi guys i am trying to model this shape but it's little bit hard than i was thinking anyway i will keep trying and i just wandering if anyone have any tip for modelling this kind of shape i need to be one Geo and i want filleting all the edge so i need to be smooth
Note: i am not looking for some one model the shape for me i want some advice or training and thank you in advance



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 From:  Michael Gibson
8520.2 In reply to 8520.1 
Hi albehany, can you please post the .3dm model file of your current shape there so I can use it as a starting point?

- Michael
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 From:  albehany
8520.3 In reply to 8520.2 
Hi Michael. please find the attach file. thank you
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 From:  PaQ
8520.4 In reply to 8520.1 
Hello,

Maybe something like this ?



(Blue = blend G1)
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 From:  albehany
8520.5 In reply to 8520.4 
Hi PaQ, thank you so much. this is work just fine. i would like to see if Michael have another way to do this just for learning only for me what PaQ do work fine for me it's just little bit treky when it come to filleting edge the green one in PaQ Image but i figure it out. thank you guys
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 From:  mkdm
8520.6 In reply to 8520.5 
Hi albehany.

Congratulation for your portfolio. Wonderful stuff!!

Bye.

- Marco (mkdm)
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 From:  Michael Gibson
8520.7 In reply to 8520.5 
Hi albehany, there are likely to be other ways but my first thought was along the same lines that PaQ showed with building a full shape then cutting it in half rather than trying to build the half by itself. It tends to be easier to get better surface quality when you're able to use a simpler layout for the surface construction. The more you try to force a surface to go directly along an oddly shaped or cramped boundary the more likely it is that you'll get wrinkles and bumps in things as various shapes try to come together and fight with each other.

- Michael
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 From:  albehany
8520.8 In reply to 8520.6 
thank you Marco for the nice word.
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 From:  albehany
8520.9 In reply to 8520.7 
thank you Michael really appreciate your help.
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