ok, i now have another noob question involving vertices. i want one set of vertices to line up exactly with another set of vertices along only one axis, so that the bottom of the model will be perfectly flat, but sometimes (usually when there is an angle of some sort involved) while holding down ctrl during dragging, and even shift+ctrl for fine adjustment, they just never perfectly align, because if you zoom in a little they are clearly off, i move them a little more and zoom in, and they are still off, etc etc etc. so is there a way to align 2 sets of vertices along only one axis perfectly? ill attach a pic to show what im talking about.
lets say ive modeled the torso of a model, and have modeled an arm seperately, now when i join the 2 there are going to be a bunch of unused vertices / faces / edges inside of the joint where the arm and torso meet. is there a way to automatically eliminate these unused areas?, or do i have to manually go in and delete things and create new faces connecting the arm and torso?
how do i get curves to the radius that i want them?, like in the dome of THIS scene. is there some sort of radius deform tool that curls the vertices around it? or is this also manually done?
thanks for your help, and i hope to make smth worthy of the Focused critique forum, fairly soon