Sometimes I like to share a quick tip with you, mostly concerning the programs I use. Those quick tips are listed here.

April 2016

Blender Quick Tip: Loop Cut

2017-01-09T07:42:13+00:00 April 28th, 2016|Practice, Quick Tip|

Here's a quick tip, for all the blender beginners out there: In the edit mode in blender, the shortcut [CTRL][L] (both, on windows and mac) creates a loop cut between too edges of an object. Alternatively, if you are not into shortcuts, you can also find this tool via Object->Loop Cut or by pressing the spacebar and typing in "loop cut" (this is a way of searching through more or less all available functions of blender). Before finally placing it by clicking or pressing [ENTER], you can slide the loop cut around to position it the way you want.