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How to model wall surface upon and below windows?

William Yan
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Hello guys, I am modeling a facade as the pic shows. Different window has its own up and below wall surface mat. I have stone foot,  white paint and grey paint. Then  how to model this kind of wall will be the best way? For 3D view and document both are ok.

Thanks! 

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Eduardo Rolon
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You will need to use Custom Profiles.

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You mean, cut the wall into several part and each part as a custom profile wall?

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If I understood correctly you need this.

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Thank you! I tried your way. And good but up the window there is a face that the mat can't be set to a custom mat. If there can be set, that will be great!2021-10-07_22-42-03.png

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Hi, here's another option. You can try. If you have any questions, please contact.

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Thank you for you video tuts!

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The sides, top and bottom of the window opening will all be the same material.

The bottom you don't notice because you have a sill there.

Does the window have an option to place a small thin header?

Otherwise you may just have to add a beam, slab or morph there to do the job.

 

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OK, Thank you, a small thin header is ok, I use Masanry Arch. Can be tricky.haha

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