This tip is more aimed at those of you that create consumer products although I am guessing several of you that don`t necessarily design consumer products will be able to take advantage of the tip. The other day I was designing something and needed to take a flat face and replace it with a slight dome. If you look at most consumer products, they often have close to planer faces although they often have a very slight dome on them that can be difficult to create. It is possible to use a “loft to point” to achieve this although I wanted a little more control. I ended up running across an interesting work flow that is very easy and gives me the look I often want. This tip has already found several great uses for me and I thought it might be of use to some of you. I will use this on a very basic box to give you an idea of the technique.