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I was wondering how you could use bridge edge loops and simultaneously getting the bridged edges straight, considering that both edge loops connecting aren't exactly the same size. Is there a way to fix this afterhand?

This is what it looks like now:

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So how do I get these two edge loops the same size? In a way that the smaller edge loop adjusts to the larger one.

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Using S+X/Y/Z+0 adjusts the edge to the smaller edge loop, making the larger edge loop smaller. Can you adjust it in some way that it goes the other way around?

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Picture of the topology:

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Picture of the final result:

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Thank you, and wish you all the best!

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  • $\begingroup$ did you try S+X/Y/Z+0 to manually repair it? You only have a low poly mesh so it should be easy to do it manually, if you need advanced solution then I want to see it as well $\endgroup$
    – MikoCG
    Commented May 2 at 8:46
  • $\begingroup$ Hi MikoCG and thank you for your answer. I tried your solution a couple of ways, but it doesn't really work the way I would like it to. I added a picture of the issue in the post. $\endgroup$
    – Sokrates
    Commented May 2 at 9:04

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Assuming your Bevels are set by a Bevel modifier, not hard-wired, this is a Snap. In this example, Snap is set to 'To: Vertex', and 'With: Active', and to influence 'Scale'.

The Transform Orientation is set to 'Normal', so it will work if the scaled element is not axis-aligned, and the Pivot is set to 'Median'

For the snap to operate in the right dimension, the scale transform should be made under a suitable constraint. Here, with the orientation set to Normal, that's SShiftZ (in the selection Normal's XY)

Start the scale with a drag, and hit B to select a snap source. Then drag over the snap target:

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If your bevels have been destructively put in by hand, you may want to delete those, at this stage of modelling.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you for taking the time to answer my question Robin! :) Apologies for a late answer.. $\endgroup$
    – Sokrates
    Commented May 7 at 5:59

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