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    Default Qremesher Symmetricality

    My first attempt at using Qremesher yielded me a symmetrical result from an asymmetrical model. That issue wasn't mentioned in the zclassroom tutorials, in which a symmetrical model was used, and I would like to know if there is any way to use Qremesher asymmetrically. Can anyone tell me how to do this, if it's possible? Also, my target poly count is deactivated..does anyone know what I might be able to do to re-activate it?
    Last edited by bradbarrettart; 08-13-12 at 01:35 PM.

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    I have used guides, but it does everything symmetrically...I figured out the issue with the target polycount though..if you have half activated, it deactivates the target count slider...
    Last edited by bradbarrettart; 08-13-12 at 01:51 PM.

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    Turn off symmetry like you would a brush, using the X key shortcut. If the brush symmetry is turned on Qremesher will make it symmetrical otherwise it will conform to the asymmetrical model.

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