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  01 January 2004
Simple blender question

All right... Time to start asking questions and give these forums a boost.

I'm new to blender... Playing with it a little. It runs great on my machine because it doesn't require so much memory... Anyways.

From what I've played with blender I've noticed that it renders without smoothing... Maybe I'm just hallucinating... As I havn't played with it too much.

But how do you get it to make a smooth render?

If I'm out of my mind, please just let me know...
  01 January 2004
You are out of your mind!!!

To get a smooth object, select it by clicking on it (so it gets colored light pink in the wireframe view).

Now go to the so-called edit buttons (just press F9) and activate the option called ¨Set Smooth¨.

The option called ¨Set Solid¨ (right besies) is the opposite of Set Smooth.
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  01 January 2004
Quote: Originally posted by Apollux
select it by clicking on it (so it gets colored light pink in the wireframe view).

Right-click, that is!

Hans Petter
Hans Petter Birkeland
  01 January 2004
Ahah!!! I knew I was missing something...

Good... I'm glad to know I was only out of my mind...

Now I just have to get to my computer with blender on it.
  01 January 2006
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