I'm having a scenario like below. I have one long edge and 3 smaller edges like shown belowenter image description here

I want to add edges between the corresponding edges like this. Below is a picture of what I want when done manually enter image description here

But when I use bridge edge loops, I'm getting something like this: enter image description here

My doubt is, is there a way in which I can draw the required edges using a script and not manually?

  • $\begingroup$ Bridge Edge Loops will fill that but if empty spaces between those small islands are filled with edges. Do you need edges to converge exactly where the empty space is (located here)? Bridge won't be able to get them like that of course. $\endgroup$ – WKG Apr 26 '17 at 14:46
  • $\begingroup$ I can't fill the empty spaces with edges because I want to keep them separated. So my application is actually adding springs for different cloth patterns. Say if 3 small pieces of cloth are getting stitched to a bigger cloth piece, and I dont want to add these springs manually. $\endgroup$ – Sum-Al Apr 27 '17 at 4:12

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