Is this good topology? I thought n-gons were a huge no-no?
>>904750those aren't n-gons
>>9047501. Those aren't n-gons, it's subdivided.2. n-gons don't exist. quads don't exist. bad topology depends on the use case for the geometry in question.
>>904750>>904757>n-gons don't exist. quads don't exist.Anon is right. Everything exists as triangles under the hood. Quads and Ngons are for the convenience of the user. They're a way to organize a model in the same way functions and classes are a way to organize a program.
>>904750>Is this good topologyDepends on what you want to do. It won't maintain shape under subdivision around corners as is.
>>904750You have to know why. I want quads because I want to have control over my edge flow and insert loops as I intended. I leave a six pole if the surface is flat and non-deforming. Pentagon poly used for the curve-saddle point like the arm pit and so forth (example of where you'd use an n-gon.)