By: Ali Soltanian Fard Jahromi
Blender is a free and open-source 3D computer graphics software. I frequently use this program for 3D and 2D animation. When I used Blender I realised something that had been slowing down my workflow. The issue which was slowing down my workflow was the inability to replace meshes. There was no way to directly replace a mesh. To replace a mesh I would have had to delete my current mesh and then add a new mesh through a series of menus which was drastically slow. To solve the issue, I modified Blender’s programming to account for this. I added a feature that I call, “Mesh Operations” to quickly replace a selected mesh. The feature automatically deletes the mesh and adds a new mesh in a matter of seconds, completely eliminating the need for you to go through the process.
I have been using this for the past week and it has let me complete my projects faster. The code I wrote to create this uses the Python programming language.
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Developer: Ali Soltanian Fard Jahromi (alisoltanian.com)
Last updated: 19/08/2020
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