Same Bevel Issue

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I can see other people having the same problem. I did everything that was mentioned there, but once I bevel (with CTRL+B) and confirm, it will select the faces no matter what I do (I'm in Face Select Mode). I also beveled in Edge Mode. I checked to see if I selected the correct edges.  

When I'm in Face Select Mode and I try to bevel, some edges that were selected disappear and I just get 8 faces. (I'm missing the top edges). Not sure what to do next to have the same result.

Also, I'm not able to upload images if I ask the question here. I just have the video option.

  • Omar Domenech replied

    If the Bevel is causing troubles, it can be a couple of things, check for duplicated faces or vertices, maybe your scale is not applied.

    Check this link, Martin did a small breakdown of things that usually go wrong:

  • Roxana Moise-Dan(ox) replied

    I checked for duplicated vertices, there were none.

    Clamp Overlap is off.

    The scale was applied.

  • Roxana Moise-Dan(ox) replied

    I think the workaround would be to just deselect the faces that are causing me problems, and go on from there.

  • Omar Domenech replied

    You can upload the file if you want us to take a better look at the problem.

  • Martin Bergwerf replied

    ...and you can upload Images now, just not directly (first post) under the lesson:


    (I reported this already...)

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  • Roxana Moise-Dan(ox) replied

    Oh, ok. Thanks, I see the Icon now.

    I appreciate that. Here's the file

  • Martin Bergwerf replied

    Right Roxana,

    I see what you mean, I think.

    After Beveling, these Faces:


    each have 4 Edges around them selected and are therefore also selected. This is how it should be.

    The fact that this didn't happen in the video, was actually a 'bug' in the older Blender Versions.

    You'll have to deselect them by hand (in Face Select Mode).

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  • Roxana Moise-Dan(ox) replied

    Oh, I see! The logic of what you're saying was in my mind, but I was seeing something else in the course. Thanks for this clarification!

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