Making one object look like another?

Discussion started by llast-ffirst1234

In Maya, I'm using the Shape Editor. I'm trying to make one object look like another object. For example, let's say I have two objects, one square, one rectangle. I want to make the square look like the rectangle.

I'm just a little confused on how the Shape Editor works exactly. I think that to make the square look like the rectangle, I have to apply a Target Shape. I'm just not sure how to apply a Target Shape.

How do I go about applying Target Shapes to make this happen? Or is there another way?

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Posted about 2 months ago
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Okay, so I've figured out how to use the Blend Shapes, but another problem is occuring...

Is there a way to make the Blend Shape change the shape without moving the position?

Posted about 2 months ago
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Meh, wasn't expecting a Blunder question. Can't stand that software!

llast-ffirst1234 wrote
I don't quite understand what you mean. Are you referring to Blender? If so, I'm not using that program here. What I'm asking about here is Maya...

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