With the points selected, use the Connect
operation to add new edges that will connect
the outer points to the center point.
Now all that’s left for the tip sections is to merge
the polygon pairs so that you end up with a
diamond shape configuration.
Reconfiguring the tip sections may seem trivial
right now, but it will drastically change the way
the final polygon flow for the better. Trust me!
Make sure all four tip sections have been
reconfigured before moving on to the next step.
We need to split the center sections into smaller
components so we can control the polygon
flow of the final mesh.
Start by selecting the two points that will allow
us to split one of the center section right down
With the two points selected, use the Connect
operation to create a new edge.
Select the new edge that we just created, and
add a point to the center using Connect.
Select the points that are on the edges that
border the section we are working with as well
as the newly created point.
Use the Connect operation to create edges
between the selected points.
We’ll repeat the steps on the lower portion
of the mesh. Select the center point and the
points bordering the tips on the other side of