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07-17-2012, 03:32 PM
Whenever you are creating a hard surface stuff then always keep in mind to maintain the edges with the support edge.
Always plan before hand to keep the design functional.(Chalk out the idea).
Like if the helmet is used by a human then how it will fit and all the usability things.
And for this
It depends from model to model and it also depends from person to person.
Some prefer to work on with a model and complete it nearly 80% and then retopologize and then project the high-res data onto it and do the final tweaking etc.
Every person work in a different way and it's your decision to make, what makes you more comfortable.
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07-17-2012, 05:25 PM
Thanks for the input. I will keep this in mind. I will have to check out the support edge tonight.
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