8 techniques of cutting holes in Blender

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Learn 8 different techniques of cutting holes in your mesh in just about 8 minutes! Perform this task on flat and curved objects. Discover Blender’s powerful modeling features and take advantage of them in your every day projects! Made with Blender 2.67b.
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22 thoughts on “8 techniques of cutting holes in Blender

  • January 14, 2019 at 09:34
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    Please Do A Videos on how to make a ''OVAL'' Shape cut hole On A Plain Mesh, THEN making duplicates & Converting them to a form a Cylinder shape {If You Look At A Kenworth on Peterbilt Truck Exhaust You'll See What I'm Describing] I'm Having Trouble modeling the OVAL & CAPSULE Shaped holes ON THE CYLINDER To Go Round and Round TO MAKE THE a Heat Shield exhaust..Please Help!

  • January 14, 2019 at 09:34
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    Too slow bro! You can do this in 5 minutes. But you need to do someting about the sound… It's bad. TnX tutor!

  • January 14, 2019 at 09:34
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    Some great tips, thanks, but as almost everyone is saying, that's just too fast for a tutorial. If most people could keep up with what you were doing, they wouldn't need a tutorial.

  • January 14, 2019 at 09:34
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    You don鈥檛 need to use the knife to cut around the circle you can just project the circle on to the
    geometry with knife project

  • January 14, 2019 at 09:34
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    MR. Guru, you skinned this cat in more ways than I could imagine. You are not too fast, isn't great that we have these buttons called paused and rewind? You are quick to the point and the prompt on what you pressed is very useful. I learned things in this 10 minute tutorial that I could apply in other situations, such as the align to view in the user preference. You did not have to make this quick tutorial, but you did, it's obvious you are an advanced user, and I appreciate you sharing your knowledge with me.

  • January 14, 2019 at 09:34
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    I rather watch tutorials like this. I hate when I just need a fast solution to my problem and all I can find are tutorials of people explaining the origin of the universe.

    So yeah this guy goes right to the point, he cuts the shit and cuts the hole in the mesh.

  • January 14, 2019 at 09:34
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    Amazing tutorial.

    Guys, calm down. If you are total beginners – it's not for you. Get yourself comfortable with basics and you will see how wrong you are ranting about speed of this tutorial.

  • January 14, 2019 at 09:34
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    Yet another way… Have loop tools addon active. Inset an area. Leave inset active, press W, L, then C. Then X and F. (Provided you're using default Blender hotkeys.) That add on is quite handy.

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