I am new at this forum and also new with blender. So… hello guys! Well… I already used/learned/trained some blender basics a couple years ago.
My current training lesson: Modelling a real human body and it looks not that bad for my first try… But still need to learn a lot!
The last 2 hours I’ve spend looking for a solution to my problem. So, if it’s a noobish question and i know it probably is: Sorry. I only find some very basic tips and lessons for blender navigation on the internet, which won’t help me…
I can move, zoom and rotate my view generally. But i can’t rotate the view on the depth axis of my view (eg. z axis on top view (Num 7)). That should have a similar effect like rotate the model on the z axis (also from top view (Num 7)). At this moment I’m not shure, if it’s possible to do this. I thought I can remember to do so by holding the MMB on the right of my 3D view, moving my mouse up a bit, holding the MMB on the left side of my screen and moving my mouse down a bit. With this way I was rotate my view on the depth axis of my view i thought. Right now it will only rotate my view on the horizontal axis of my view, if I do as described.
Am I stupid and this function never exists or did I mess up with the wrong menu button?
I would be realy grateful for any help!
Greetings from Germany
PS: Sorry for my broken english.