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In the image you can see sharp edges, this problem was originated because I subdivided (Key "W" then Subdivide) the selected faces with a subsurface modifier of 4 subdivisions.

How do I make these sharp edges convert into round edges like a "Normal" subsurface modifier? Or like the edges of a cylynder/sphere.

NOTE: I need a lot of polygons-vertices because I have a "displace modifier", maybe you can help me find a way for displace modifier (With not a lot of polygons) instead of resolving this one.

I have tried with:

  1. Smooth modifier, result is good on another mesh but with an error too, but in this one isn't working as I expect.

  2. Smooth tools. It's quite good for my displacement modifier but it doesn't resolve the sharp edges.

EDIT:

  1. Doesn't work with Subdivide Smooth too.

EDIT2:

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What I want is everything marked with the red circle (The sharp/hard edges) turn into soft edges like the surface of a cylinder.

The problem is that I requires subdivide and the subsurface modifier because of the displace modifier (I need a lot of polygons).

Thanks for the answer.

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  • $\begingroup$ Can you add your ref image of what you are expecting? $\endgroup$ – Yash Feb 13 at 7:18
  • $\begingroup$ If Subdivide Smooth doesn't work, that suggests that there is varying density in the longitudinal edges, or they have a Crease value. Perhaps we can see your topology? $\endgroup$ – Robin Betts Feb 13 at 9:56
  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for the comment, just added an image in the post. $\endgroup$ – ElLoco Feb 13 at 15:41
  • $\begingroup$ Anyone please?? $\endgroup$ – ElLoco Feb 14 at 3:09
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Remove unnecessary edges(follow this instruction) after that you could add your modifier

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  • $\begingroup$ Everything is necessary... for my displace modifier. I also followed the instruction, removing some edges but it seems that it doesn't work well if I don't remove more vertices, but that is the problem, I need the polygons for the displace modifier. $\endgroup$ – ElLoco Feb 13 at 18:10

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