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/3/ I need very quick, very basic help.
I have a job to do wich requires very little knowledge of 3D (wich I dont possess). I've been watching begginer level tuts and stuff and I can handle by myself pretty much everything.
Only one thing is bothering me.
I have imported some curves from Illustrator, one of the shapes is a square inside of another square. When I extrude them, they look like a box inside a box (wich is logical), but I need to turn them into a single thick square. Like in the picture, wich I hope you understand.
Just some general pointers will sufice.
Thanks in advance.
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Okay, apologies for my ignorance, I'm only about 2 weeks into 3d modelling, but I'm just wondering, around the 56:55 mark, what hotkey is he pressing to add polygons like that?
I'm working on adding a gun to a scene for an assignment, and this way sees fairly quick.
Pic unrelated, thanks in advance!
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After some research, I found out that I could use some experience modeling somethin for a modding community.
Do you suggest any?
Skyrim, CS:GO, Dota 2?
Where do I Start?
Hell, I would even consider helping someone on indie games, if they consider my skills around the level that they could use.
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