I have created a shell with a curvi loft. From what I have heard, curvy loft creates “quad geometry”.
However when I unsoften the shell it shows triangular faces everywhere. (maybe this is in the technical sense just fine and a quad doesn’t need to be flat to count as a quad. I am not deep into quad science)
What I’d like to achieve is the shell consisting of a mesh of rectangles and diagonal lines running in both directions.
Curvy loft creates the rectangles (quads) and diagonal lines running in one direction. So far so good.
In order to create a mesh with the diagonal lines running in the other direction as well. I have copied the shell, “-1 transformed” it and superimposed it over the existing shell.
But unfortunately the diagonal lines don’t line up perfectly with the quad faces because they are not flat.
What can I do to create a perfect mesh with diagonal lines running in both directions?