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Okay, so I have this cartoon rabbit Im working on. I've set up the freestyle rendering so that it used to look like this: 1

Had tiny gaps but I could live with it. Now, I made some kind of small change (Im still not sure what exactly caused this, but Im pretty sure I didnt modify my freestyle settings), and now it looks like this:

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I can fix that a liiiitle bit by disabling the "Face Smoothness" option, but it still looks terrible:

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Can anyone help me fix this bug? I looked around on the internet, but no one has had a freestyle gap problem quite this bad or even similar to this. The usual "huge gaps" people complain seem quite tiny in comparison. Unfortunately I dont have any backups of the old version (that tpose render is all I got of), or else I could backtrack or compare what went wrong...

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  • $\begingroup$ As always: In this case, consider uploading your blend file, so that someone can have a closer look at it. I would guess you have double vertices or something. $\endgroup$ – Grimm Jul 16 '18 at 15:49
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Yes, Grimm was right, I had double vertices, I must have duplicated the model accidentally! This is solved now. Thanks a lot!

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  • $\begingroup$ That's great. So please, mark your answer as accepted so this topic is complete. $\endgroup$ – Grimm Jul 17 '18 at 9:21

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