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I have just started working with Blender and have run into a problem: I'd like to add a plane to a side of an object, but I don't know how to do it since it has curved edges, is there any way to add a plane based on the nodes I have selected, or do I have to do something else? Grateful for any help! Want to create a plane that covers the bottom of the object

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As Batfinger already said the points on the mesh are called Vertices and not Nodes. Nodes are a completely different sphere of blender which includes stuff like materials and compositing.

As for you question, selecting the Vertices and pressing F will fill in the faces.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you! Did not notice that you've commented and figured it out on my own, but the but I appriciate the gesture. $\endgroup$ – August Tengland Feb 13 '18 at 9:42

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