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Loft abberations

Question asked by Daniel Cane on Oct 10, 2016
Latest reply on Oct 11, 2016 by Daniel Cane

Hi,

 

I'm having a problem with a loft. I'm not sure how to describe it so it's hard to search for. I'm sure you'll able to spot it pretty quickly at this link...

 

Sketchfab_Publisher_test_003 by Daniel Cane - 3D model - Sketchfab

 

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The thigh of the chicken is lofted from the torso to the knee, but it has aberrations where it's kinking.

It's lofted from a face in the body, through three sketches. It's start constrained tangent to face - which is important to make it look as smooth as possible.

 

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So far I've tried:

- Boundary loft instead

- Converting the edge of the Face to a 3D sketch and adding points to the sketch to create a reference, then creating front and back guide curves for the loft.

- Tweaking the dimensioning of the extruded cut which created the Face.

- Meddling with the green toggle locations and the pink arrow values

- Trying all start / end constraints

- Not using the top sketch in the loft (closest to the face)

- Adding another sketch (closer to the face)

 

None of that helped so any thoughts I'd be very glad to hear if anyone has time please.

 

Many thanks!!

 

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