In this video, we talk about proportional editing in Blender – how it works, and how you can use it to create softer transitions, scale and move objects proportionally, and more!

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0:00 – Introduction
1:00 – How to turn on proportional editing
1:16 – Adjusting the size of the effect
1:56 – Kinds of falloff
2:43 – Random Falloff
3:10 – Constant Falloff
3:51 – Using proportional editing on multiple objects
4:12 – Using proportional editing with the scale tool
4:39 – Importance of Object origins
5:48 – Using proportional editing for creating tapering shapes
6:22 – Proportional Editing Connected Only Mode
7:45 – Using Projected from view editing


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