first i’d like to say, i am so pumped about learning blender, after the earth shattering headache that is alias. how refreshing. So. the question.
This is going to sound dumb, but here goes. I just completed the die tutorial (very good, I someday hope to be able to help new users like myself), and, from spending some time in blender i am noticing that whenever I create a new object I am unable to go back and edit the older object. what am i overlooking?
I tried to do a little reading on the matter, seems like it might be the way blender organizes data - in separate files like solidworks? or maybe not even that technical. thanks in advance for any pointers
Yes, you’re right, it’s the dumbest question!!
Of course you can edit old objects!
You’ve made some wrong manipulation probably or explain better, maybe?!
There’s two “main” states in Blender: Object Mode and Edit mode and you can toggle
between them with TAB key
To edit a particular object you must select it before (pink color) and enter Edit mode…
if you can’t select it, you’re probably in Edit mode for another object