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ScrotieFlapWack

Issues Going From Surface To Voxel Mode

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I keep getting this problem when I am working in Surface mode and then change my layer back to Voxel mode (and vice versa).

 

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Parts of my model vanish. I'm not using any tools to make this happen and this is just sculpting, no work being done in the Retopo or UV room. I start with a cube and use the cut off tool then res up and just keep adding details. Then to add surface definition I change to Surface mode and start adding details on my model and then I change back to Voxel mode and this happens. 

 

The same thing happens if I go from Voxel to Surface mode too. I don't know if it is because I am increasing my resolution to a really high level or whether its a bug or known issue. 3D - Coat doesn't crash when this happens I can continue to sculpt and performance is smooth.

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I think it might be related to this bug with the drag stamp or the regular stamp spline from the e-panel. I noticed in your image that the drag stamp tool is selected.

 

I can use the voxel extrude brush with either of the above splines then click undo and the mesh gets corrupted. 

 

I have mentioned this in the beta thread but that can be overlooked. Will post a bug report soon.

 

The bug is still preset in beta version 4.5.27 

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Ahh it is a bug. That's ok, I can wait for it to be fixed. I guess as a work around I can try and stay away from the stamp tool. I have no idea how to report bugs but if you are having the same issue I can wait :D

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