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How do I turn this surface into a solid with the desired curvature?

Joshua_SoizaJoshua_Soiza Member Posts: 5
I have been getting fairly solid with OnShape recently, and I decided to take up this personal project. I wanted to create a mask inspired by the recent Mortal Kombat masks. The problem is that I don't know how to create a solid out of the surface without using the thicken tool, which creates a collection of weird curvatures that mess with the aesthetic I'm looking for, and with the fit of the mask.

I thickened the solid from this surface:

I can't seem to get the front mouthpiece of the mask to have the chamfering I want, and the nosepiece is not joined at a singular angle. Additionally, when I extrude the holes (I'll refer to them as "fangs" from now on) in the sides of the mask and chamfer the edges, the chamfers are slightly pulled up.

I don't know if there's a way to even out the surfacing of the chamfers on the fangs, and I haven't been able to find out on the web. How do I fix these issues?



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