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Blender 2.6 tutorial: How to edit mesh objects | lynda.com

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This tutorial discusses how to reshape and edit mesh objects in Blender 2.6. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Blender-2-5-tutorials/Blender-2-6-Essential-Training/87088-2.html?utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube&utm_campaign=videoupload-87088-0303 This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter three of the Blender 2.6 Essential Training course presented by lynda.com author George Maestri. The complete Blender 2.6 Essential Training course has a total duration of 7 hours and 26 minutes, shows how to create and edit basic objects, work with modifiers and subdivision surfaces, apply materials and textures, light 3D scenes, set up and use cameras, animate objects, and assemble basic character rigs Blender 2.6 Essential Training table of contents: Introduction 1. The Blender Interface 2. Selecting and Translating Objects 3. Modeling 4. Advanced Modeling 5. Staying Organized 6. Applying Materials 7. Adding Textures 8. Working with Light 9. Cameras and Rendering 10. Basic Animation 11. Character Rigging Conclusion
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Toxic Male 27 (13 days ago)
when i try to drag multiple vertices at a time, it always only moves one random vertice instead of the group i selected. weird
misa (1 month ago)
it drags the entire object instead of just one point.... yes I am in edit mode
Aubarino Empire (3 months ago)
please help i loaded in a d class model from scp containment breach after converting it to a obj. all the points are not attached and are just a layer and behind that it is like a shell. i cant move it like a shape like the cubes or spheres and i cant change it. please help i cant use blender anymore if i cant fix this problem.
Anton Slavik (4 months ago)
it always drags only one point...
Garnet Flame (5 months ago)
Wow what an amazing tutorial! You really know how to explain everything in a great pace and you don't leave anything out. I would buy tutorials from you that's how good you are at this!
stacy black (1 year ago)
Outstanding tutorial. Til I watched this, I was building object by resizing basic overbuilt shapes. This is an eye-opener opening video. Changes the way I look at Blender. Thank you so much. . .
Justin Davidson (1 year ago)
idk what im doing wrong but for some reason all the vertexes are highlighted and i cant figure how to undo that
Ayce (1 year ago)
Alt+A
Nereosis (1 year ago)
Been looking for this information for ages and everything I found was behind pay walls. Thanks for this.
hnoDC huIP (1 year ago)
hello does this work with already premade models in OBJ or STL files?
Mathew Virgen (11 months ago)
i'm going to find out tonight. i need to select part of a humanoid mesh to move the legs apart because they overlap in T pose and i screws up the auto rigging. so i.m hoping this will work.
Berkan (1 year ago)
hnoDC huIP did you maybe find out? I am still looking for the answer but cant find it :(
Clara Martins (1 year ago)
A really useful video for beginners, thank you!
Nice Video :D , Thanks
Breakypower (2 years ago)
Thanks your work is the best
Ariana Gladewing (2 years ago)
Very well done, I am 100% new to Blender and this helped a lot, Thank you for posting this!
Ayman Khan (2 years ago)
WHY IS IT HARDD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jennifer Hastings (2 years ago)
Great tutorial!
Andie Genesis (2 years ago)
Hi, i have a problem, i need to fix on object, the mesh is separated and i need to join the vertices , but i cant zoom enough because the object star to disappear when i get closer...how i can do this? i need to join edges.
RSC- GOE (3 years ago)
How can I rapair a mesh?
bananamilkbox (3 years ago)
THANK YOU!! This helped soo much!
dannte781 (3 years ago)
You are the best!
TheGreatSeraphim (3 years ago)
Well now I know how Teemo's mushroom was made.
RonRon (9 months ago)
x2
michbest (3 years ago)
Verry good tutorial. Thank You!
R3DT4ILH4WK (4 years ago)
Can someone help me please? I'm following the "Game Development with blender" book and I need to "remove half of the mesh but leave the vertices from the middle". Please help!!!
You have to select the area where you want to delete and hit delete. You will be presented with a delete menu where you can choose what to delete. If you don't know what to choose just try all the options and use UNDO until you get what you want.
Carlo Torcia (4 years ago)
thank you so much! This simply video helps me a lot with a huge problem that i had during my thesis exercise of CFD simulation in wind tunnel with stl files! again...thank you!!!
Hachiro (4 years ago)
Very helpful video. Thank you!
username (4 years ago)
Great
The Best Explanation ever...
St4rdog (5 years ago)
Is there a way to adjust the bevel edge later, like with a Photoshop layer? If you want to change it later, then the entire mesh is ruined?
Black Jesus (5 years ago)
yes
SwaT Clan (5 years ago)
is this free?
SaldanaHDTV (6 years ago)
ctrl+d
Rakaloe (6 years ago)
ehm, i had a question.. i want to duplicate a mesh edited object to a normal object. how do i do this?

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