In this video, learn to use proportional editing in Blender to quickly add random movement and scale to your models!
COMPLETE PROPORTIONAL EDITING TUTORIAL
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0:00 – Introduction
0:11 – Getting started using proportional editing to create randomization
2:41 – Randomizing multiple object positions with proportional editing