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Here are two irregular mesh surfaces and I want to join them and make them a consistent surface, any idea how can I do it?Thanks a lot!!;)

Here are two irregular mesh surfaces and I want to join them and make them a consistent surface, any idea how can I do it?Thanks a lot!!;)

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You can shrinkwrap one onto the other:

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In the example above, the blue is projected onto the violet one. On the right, it appears to be the same mesh.

The shrinkwrap modifier uses "project" mode along Z with positive/negative.

It also uses a vertex group that is the key point because it will drive the parts which will be projected:

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You need to weight paint this group:

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Roughly paint the borders, then use "Weights/Smooth" from the menu to have a progressive effect for the shrinkwrap.

An example:

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