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Hello! I had this problem http://take.ms/j0wXc   

so I did some polygons in addition to the lack of symmetry. As a result, here's what I got when exporting and then importing the model  http://take.ms/7VvDl

Why is there a single mesh in the retopo objects, and two separate meshes in the surface materials?

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HI

Its virtual mirror Mode = off ?

Virtual mirror.jpg

 

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On 7/17/2017 at 6:43 PM, Tony Nemo said:

Whether to use it or not depends on your preference. If you prefer symmetry on and virtual mirror mode selected, you will do all your work on one side and will eventually need to 'app;y' the mirrored half. With this mode deselected and Symmetry 'On',  you can make edits on both sides where with virtual on you would only work one side.

 

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8 minutes ago, Carlosan said:

 

"with virtual off you would only work one side".:rolleyes:

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17 minutes ago, Carlosan said:

 

I turned off the virtual simmetry and got this result  http://take.ms/g9FJH

Those polygons that I add are some kind of foreign. When importing into the surfice materials, they then go to a separate mesh

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25 minutes ago, Tony Nemo said:

"with virtual off you would only work one side".:rolleyes:

Yes, it works on the one side. The symmetry was not applied correctly and I exported this mesh and then added more polygons, but they become some kind of foreign material like this  http://take.ms/g9FJH

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How many UVset do you have ?

 

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1 hour ago, Carlosan said:

How many UVset do you have ?

 

UVsets.jpg

  Thank you! You have helped me a lot, now I understand what was the matter - they were other UV - sets.
Can I ask more about this?    http://take.ms/KpaM2   This is a bug?

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1 - Virtual Mirror mode = off

2 - Symmetry off 

3 - Make retopo of right half side of the model

4 - Once finished, turn Symmetry on

5 - Then perform symmetrical copy of the layer.

- or

1 - Virtual Mirror mode = on

2 - Symmetry on

3 - Make retopo of right half side of the model

4 - Once finished, turn Virtual mirror mode off

5 - Then perform symmetrical copy of the layer.s

 

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22 hours ago, Carlosan said:

1 - Virtual Mirror mode = off

2 - Symmetry off 

3 - Make retopo of right half side of the model

4 - Once finished, turn Symmetry on

5 - Then perform symmetrical copy of the layer.

- or

1 - Virtual Mirror mode = on

2 - Symmetry on

3 - Make retopo of right half side of the model

4 - Once finished, turn Virtual mirror mode off

5 - Then perform symmetrical copy of the layer.s

 

   Thank you! I exported the retopo to a new scene and there mirrored it. It must have been a glitch. Did you encounter such a problem with the coordinates when importing? -   http://take.ms/ZiVmY   

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Is your Sculpt layer In Global Space ?

RMB over the layer > To Global Space command.

 

TGS.jpg

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11 hours ago, Carlosan said:

Является ли ваш слой Sculpt в глобальном пространстве?

RMB над слоем> Команда Global Space.

 

TGS.jpg

Coordinates are saved only in sculpture mode? Here's how I get   http://take.ms/yGQUt

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