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So I'm very new to blender and I'm trying to work on learning more complex shapes, and I want to make a ring (like the letter O not like a wedding ring) and I just learned how to make semi circles, and I want to make a full ring. The way I'm doing this now is by making a plane the length of my radius, and slicing off the portion I want to use to make the ring, and using spin to make it circular, so I have it circular but I'm not sure how to do this without the squares I used to get the radius. So either how do I remove these squares, or what is a better way to do this?

Here is a picture showing the leftover squares I'm talking about, thanks for any help

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Add a circle (make sure fill is set to nothing)

Enter edit mode.

Press E to extrude. Do not move the mouse and press enter.

Press S to scale and move the mouse inwards to set the inner radius.

enter image description here

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  • $\begingroup$ Perfect, thank you! Much easier than what I was doing $\endgroup$ – Joel Banks Mar 3 '18 at 1:21

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