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Blender: How can you tell whether you're using mesh or sculpties?


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I am not exactly sure what you are asking but if the object you are editing is a SCULPT, it will have a rainbow (or sometimes transparent texture with logo) in the box where it shows the object type (like BOX as the default for instance). 

The picture shown has the default sculpt shape that appears when you choose sculpt from the drop down menu. To make a different shape you would drag into that sculpt area --  or choose via inventory -- a sculpt texture like one shown on the left. That one will make a beer bottle.

 

If it is MESH the sculpt area will be grayed out when you edit the item. 

 

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JingleWorm wrote:

Not when you're inworld. When you're using blender. How can you tell if you're using mesh?

With Blender you always work with mesh, never sculpts.

There are ways to convert Blender mesh to SL sculpts but you would definitely know if you did that.

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