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Blender question about modeling.

Discussion in 'External Tools' started by sl1g, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. sl1g

    sl1g

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    Helo everyone..

    I'm giving me first steps on blender. I'm trying to modeling a USP handgun and so far so good :)

    My great question is if it's ok to have meshes inside other meshes when inporting to unity?

    ty
     
  2. Dantus

    Dantus

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    Yes, you can have meshes within meshes.
     
  3. sl1g

    sl1g

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  4. CharlieSamways

    CharlieSamways

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    Yes you can have meshes inside other meshes, but it is recommend you remove all pointless mesh, what's the point in having extra geometry where you can't see it and its just eating up power and faces :) Clean your models!