@So3Datel You can hold E for extrude, it does the same thing.
Hi @FourtyNights, thank you for your interest.That's right, the mesh updates after you confirm any transform operation on the curve knots, such as move/rotate/scale, tiilt, shrink/expand etc.This doesn't hold you back in any way though, you end up not noticing this behavior once you're familiar with it.You can buy BMS with confidence: if you don't like it for any reason, send me an email and I'll get you a refund no sweat.
@ant1fact , @Defunct This is the same old blender-style discussion we had for more then a decade - sorry. It's not about the end-result. Of course I can select with the right mouse button. But that is not the point and it will never be.
Is possible to set the auto smooth to be 180° by default instead of 30°?
Hi Guys, For 3d Modelling only - for a new Blender 2.8 user, does it make sense to use Blender 2.8 default keymap or industry compatible keymap.I have used Maya. I dont mind learning the new shortcuts etc if they make modelling in Blender faster than Maya. When i follow Blender 2.8 tutorials, simple tasks like - edge-slide along a particular axis/ direction leave me confused if I use the "industry compatible keymap", because the Tutorial guys are using Blender 2.8 default keymap and shortcuts.
Guys don't overlook the remesh thing too! It seems like it's reliable, very fast and works wonders. You can certainly use this for boolean workflows. So this ancient technique becomes a few clicks in Blender nowhttps://polycount.com/discussion/168610/3ds-max-zbrush-proboolean-dynamesh-hardsurface-workflow-tutorial/p1At least from what I tried it seems that it deals with intersecting geo nicely, so you can give it shit geo with shit topology and it does wonders. Then smooth and decimate a little to keep polycount managed. Boom you've got the high poly!
I recently switched to 2.80 and it's been rather nice so far. However, is it possible to disable lighting when weight painting or vertex painting? There used to be an option for that in 2.79 but I can't seem to find it anymore.
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@Chunkey You mean this? It's in the N-panel
@Mad_Llama it is not great at all. Not on par with Dynamesh (yet)The VDM addon gives much better results due to its smoothing features.