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I use Blender. Is there a way to do this on a cylinder in Edit Mode?
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Yes.
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>>639106
So how do I do that?
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>>639109
It depends.
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>>639112
>it depends.
HOW?
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>>639113
As the circumstances of your problem change, so does the methodology required to solve it.
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>>639104
Shear or knife project.
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Try hiding everything except the edge loop you want to tilt, then use proportional falloff on linear.
Sorry if the tool names are not accurate but im in bed and can't be bothered to look them up.
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>>639104
lattice?
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>>639104

select the vertex or edge u wanna move and press g twice then u can slide it
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>>639104
Use the bisect tool in the edit mode.
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Scale with 3d cursor
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Just boolean it, goddamn.
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Just stab your monitor. It's not that hard to do.
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>>641356
But he is using Blender, his computer's soul has already been shattered into nothingness.
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>>641363
always on time, like a swiss clock!
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>>639675
This. Cannot be simpler.
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The knife tool is pretty handy if youre in wireframe mode.
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Edit mode > select that edge > drag the axis you want to push it in
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>>641474
What is it with /3/ and a lack of reading comprehension?
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>>641479
Interestingly, it happens mostly with Blender users. It's a curious phenomenon for the which I still haven't come up with convincing hypotheses.
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>>641493
Blender users are attracted to blender because of the lack of price point and therefore low bar of entry. With so many random video tutorials on YouTube, people feel as though the documentation isn't worth going through.
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>>639104
Edit mode, probably want to be in Ortho view
K
Z
Select Click to start drawing line
Draw line of cut across where you want to cut
Select Click to end drawing line
Space bar to confirm cut
Select all vertices/faces you want to delete
X
Dissolve Faces





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