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Modified "Fill Selected" Script


cylinderusingnewalgo6zb.pngApple Grew has released the latest version of his Vert2Face script. The concept is simple, but its effect on you will be beyond words.

From the Blender wiki:

SHIFT-F. Fill selected. All selected vertices that are bound by edges and form a closed polygon are filled with triangular faces. Holes are automatically taken into account. This operation is 2D; various layers of polygons must be filled in succession.

The Vert2Face script (.zip) does something similar... but better... a lot better. Check out the thread for more info and previous versions.

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  1. theblenderboy on

    very nice. i've wished for something like this for a while now.

    one thing - it doesn't work as well with higher amounts of vertices (like if you used the setup in the pic but chose a 32-vert tube instead).

    thanks alot apple grew!


  2. Well yes the script still needs improvement if it were to work as expected in all cases. But I think it can give u good results for resonable number of cases.

    There is one important point. If while running u get an error module 'copy' not found the please change

    import math, copy


    import math

    It should have been removed before releasing; it is not used, but I forgot. Sorry.

  3. hi,

    useful script, thanx!

    does not work correctly if more then 16 vertices!
    e.g.: create circle with 17 vertices-> duplicate->scale->runscript->:(
    with 16 it works fine as long you dont move any vertices out "circle-position"

    I prefer the "bridge-face/edge-loop" script almost the same function and works fine

    dont know under which url u can downloaded... must have a look later on..


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