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    Different colors in Blender 2.37a

    Hi,

    how do I go about when assigning different colors to one mesh object (in this case, an UV sphere)? I really tried everything, but mostly the sphere has just *one* single color. I selected a number of vertices and pressed 'assign' to give them a different color, but to no avail (I would like the sphere to have tree different colors; at best, I am getting only two, though). I'm also confused by the various color indices. How does one go about there to be successful? (I couldn't get an answer via the search function here, either.)
    Last edited by claus_01; 13-Aug-06 at 05:42.



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    http://www.blendernation.com/2006/07...a-single-mesh/

    Also, there's no reason to be using 2.37. We're on 2.42 now. A lot has changed. It's free. Upgrade.



  3. #3
    Originally Posted by bugman_2000
    http://www.blendernation.com/2006/07...a-single-mesh/

    Also, there's no reason to be using 2.37. We're on 2.42 now. A lot has changed. It's free. Upgrade.
    I know, but 2.42 isn't available for Ubuntu Linux "Breezy", only for "Dapper".

    THX anyway! ;-)



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