Simple Blending Question


I was wondering if it was possible to remove the “Set Smooth” feature without doing Ctrl+Z. I was following along a tutorial, and I want to know undo the feature to see my model in LPM. I’ve saved an I’ve been working on it for a while, so I don’t believe it’d be possible for me to use “Ctrl+Z”. :stuck_out_tongue:

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks guys!

  • HistoryGuy

Yes . In the Links and Materials panel in the Editing (F9) context of the Buttons window, at the bottom of the Links and Materials panel are the 2 options Set Smooth/ Set Solid . Hit which ever you want the display type to be …You also get the options by hitting the W specials menu … they show up as options there as well .
When you Set Smooth/ Set Solid you are not adding geometrical data or even materials data but how the normals are to be displayed/rendered …

Although it doesn’t sound like it, the “Set Solid” button next to the “Set Smooth” button undoes its effects.

Thanks Orinoco!

I was debating on whether or not I should press “Set Solid” just to see what would happen… because there was no… “Re-set” anywhere where I could see…
any how… thanks again.

For hot keys, you could press:

W > Alt + 3 for set smooth


W > Alt + 4 for set solid

You must be in edit mode with components selected (vertices/edges/faces).

I use them often :smiley: without looking at me keyboard mwuahaha