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Old 11-10-2017, 07:59 AM
ricleite ricleite is offline
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Hmm, if you don’t have a clear clue on the cross-section shape (like a former) it becomes tricky. If the skin parts are properly drawn, you’ll only get good joints if the cross-section is right. Most of the times, cross-sections are flat and the joint between consecutive skin parts is a line that fits on a plane surface. If you don’t shape the skin part properly, the joint will not fit on a plane and that’s something easy to check. If it is the case, you have to reshape the skin part, by increasing/decreasing the curvature radius at diverse locations. If you proceed methodically (try/check), those “diverse locations” will reveal themselves quite well. The process will be quite challenging with complex cross-sections, anyway…
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