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    Hi guys,

    I'm having a bit of difficulty with the TurboSmooth modifier in 3ds Max. I've had this problem before and figured it out but I can't remember what I did, so am turning to you. The picture below is what happens before and after I bake the TurboSmooth modifier and am not sure why it does this. Any ideas?

    Thank you.

    TurboSmoothWeirdness.jpg
    "Add a dab of lavender to your milk, leave town with an orange, and pretend you're laughing at it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyldeone1978 View Post
    Can you upload a bigger version of the image, i cant see anything
    I agree, a bigger picture would be beneficial

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    Sorry, here it is with the TurboSmooth modifier, all nice and clean:

    TurboSmoothWeirdness_01.jpg

    And this is what happens when I convert it into an Editable Poly:

    TurboSmoothWeirdness_02.jpg
    "Add a dab of lavender to your milk, leave town with an orange, and pretend you're laughing at it."

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    I just made a quick box, played with the vertices to make it a bit less box-like, added a turbo smooth, put some swift loops down and then right-clicked to go down and select Convert to > Editable Poly and the same thing happened. (not sure if that helped explain things but that's pretty much what I did with the above shape, too)
    "Add a dab of lavender to your milk, leave town with an orange, and pretend you're laughing at it."

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    Isoline Display? Yeah.
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    Although that has solved the 'crumpling' effect, it leaves me with lots of polygons, which Isoline would've taken care of. It's weird because whenever I do that with Digital Tutors, whatever it is I'm doing (e.g. a mech) comes away with beautifully clean polygons that are easy to manage. I collapse it with Isoline display with them, too.
    "Add a dab of lavender to your milk, leave town with an orange, and pretend you're laughing at it."

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