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This image shows the typical rookie mistake of spreading the detail when building a subdiv mesh. As you can see, the solution is to move the pentagon to the center topology. In this way we get a clean mesh uniform, with little tension and a perfect flow of edges that meet at a point (marked in white arrows that go their way). #subdivision

I thought that in this thread, we should share with eachother how Edge flow works and how you can change it. Mainly because I Suck at controlling edge flow.

Share with you the first part of a series of collection of images that will publish on good modeling techniques and the most common mistakes that often occur by subdividing objects in 3d

Essential Tips Hard Surface (Small details) - Part 01 - Giancr

FAQ: How u model dem shapes? Hands-on mini-tuts for mechanical sub-d AKA ADD MORE GEO - Page 71 - Polycount Forum

FAQ: How u model dem shapes? Hands-on mini-tuts for mechanical sub-d AKA ADD…

Hard Surface Topology Reference Archive - Imgur

Hard Surface Topology Reference Archive

Glock Ridges An example of how the ridges on a gun (in this case a Glock could be accomplished. -Courtesy of EarthQuake

Picked up by CGchips. 2D,3DCG tutorials and 3Dprinter news site. http://cgchips.com/

Wire Frame example for the neck and torso and maybe the head (Researching for better)

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In the past I've submitted front-view face edge loop images, and they can be helpful if you want to model that specific face, and you can try and copy that edge flow for your own original plans as .

Share with you the first part of a series of collection of images that will publish on good modeling techniques and the most common mistakes that often occur by subdividing objects in 3d

Essential Tips Hard Surface (Small details) - Part 01 - Giancr

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