By default, links in the Blender shader editor are straight lines, but did you know that you can change them to be curved like a noodle? This can help you create a more visually appealing and organized shader network, making it easier to see the relationships between nodes.
Here’s a quick tip on how to change the shader links in Blender to be either straight or curved:
I was having a hell of a time this morning with Blender. I couldn’t get the Texture Painting to work. I searched online for a solution, but every answer seemed geared to someone just learning.
After struggling and not finding the answer online, I finally figure it out. The object I was trying to paint was in the “Local” mode. The local mode quickly isolates one more objects. It is toggled on and off with the “/” Forward Slash key on the keypad.
I toggled local mode off and texture painting magically worked again.