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Why are these faces brighter than the rest? These are not flipped normal. After creating the window with edge loops, I deleted some edges and joined distant vertices to make face, thinking that doing so will reduce tris count. I shall use it in Unity.Top two faces are brighter than the rest. Deleted some edges after edge loops cuts and connected distant vertices to make faces.

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  • $\begingroup$ Could it be that some faces that are shaded smooth and others shaded flat? $\endgroup$ – Legoman Jun 20 '18 at 17:47
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I figured it out. I had left some faces detached from the same-object mesh. How could I do that! All I had do to was to merge vertices of the loose faces with the vertices in respected positions. The edges of the loose faces were positioned just beside other edges of the larger mesh. So visually, there were two edges side by side. Merging vertices solved the problem.

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