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    How do you un-join two objects.

    I am new to Blender and I found out how to join two objects and I was wondering is there a way to either un-join or cut a section out of the joined image and move it about and re-join it in another spot...

    Is that possible?



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    to separate part of your mesh

    in edit mode - select the verts you want to be separate and press P

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    Hmm, separate by materials, that can help out. You could assign materials to the faces you want to separate then use the P-Key. Didn't know about that.
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    Synapse,

    If you have joined 2 meshes and want to separate, you can select a single vert from the mesh you want to separate, then press ctrl l to select linked vertices, then p for separate.

    Best of Luck!



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    Or simply mouse over an unconnected section and press 'L', then P to separate.



  6. #6
    Originally Posted by Hobo Joe View Post
    Or simply mouse over an unconnected section and press 'L', then P to separate.
    I did not know that - Thanks!!



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    thanks everyone.



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