I am still very much new to Blender, and I've been struggling with this problem for a couple of hours now. It might have been better if i'd just created another project from scratch at this point, but I want to see it through to the end and learn more in the process. Scouring the internet hasn't helped much.
I've been following a tutorial on modeling and composition and made a tea pot. All was fine and dandy until i started working on its handle. After much fiddling I was dissatisfied with the results and decided to delete the handle altogether. This left me with the following situation:
Since it is a round and symmetrical object, my first instinct was to duplicate the corresponding 3x4 side of the pot and just replace the old faces. That's where I got stuck - no matter how i try to snap to the remaining vertices / faces, the duplicated part always becomes deformed since there is nowhere i can snap the middle 2 faces to:
So, is there any kind of way for me to bring this pot back into its original shape, or do I need to start over?