Working with blender is much faster and easier if you know most of it’s keyboard shortcuts. Here in this post I’m going to list them as much as I can:
Show and hide object
To hide selected object, press
H and to show it again press
ALT+H. To hide all unselected objects, press
SHIFT+H while you are selecting an object.
To merge two or more vertices, while selecting those vertices hit
Centering pivot point to the center of an object
To center a pivot point to the center of an object, or to the 3D Cursor, or to do something similar, on object mode, hit
Object Mode & Edit Mode switching
To switch between edit mode and object mode, press
Bring camera to current perspective view
It’s difficult to position camera to a specific angle as we want. But it’s easy to do it on our perspective view while working on Blender. Fortunately, we can bring our camera exactly to our perspective angle and position by pressing
Switch between wireframe and solid view
To switch between wireframe and solid view, press
To make a duplicate of an object, select your object then press
SHIFT+D then grab it to new location. However, if you want to make a linked object, press
Positioning and Snapping
Positioning an object is somehow difficult in Blender. Press CTRL+SHIFT+A to adjust 3D Cursor’s position or snapping object to a location.
Extending and duplicating window
If you use multiple monitors, press
CTRL+ALT+W to duplicate Blender’s window and drag it to another monitor.
Adding new vertex on an edge
While selecting an edge, to add new vertex on the middle of it, press