In this video, get an overview of the most commonly used tools for 3D modeling in Blender.
- [Instructor] Now that we have this fishbowl, … let's go ahead and fill that bottom and solidify it. … The first thing I want to do is to click on this fishbowl … and let's rotate down and look at the bottom. … Here is our little hole. … You can get a better view of it. … And one thing I can do to help me model … is to switch into local view. … So click on View, go to Local View, … and go to Toggle Local View. … Now, what this is doing is just temporarily … showing only the objects you have selected … and hiding the rest. … It won't affect your collections … nor will it affect the way things render. … It's just so you can have a cleaner place … to look at your objects while working in the viewport. … So with the local view on, let's go to edit mode … and let's go ahead and frame up this hole right here. … I'm going to click on two vertices. … It doesn't matter if you have edge mode, … although face mode will be a little hard to use. … So make sure you're at least an edge or vertice …
Skill Level Beginner
1. Learn Blender in Under an Hour
2. Modeling and Sculpting
3. Textures and Shading
4. Create Animations
5. Particles, Forces, and Fire
6. Putting It All Together
7. Advanced Techniques
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