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i'm a new blender i'm trying to making edges corners become rounded but i couldn't find any way to makes it.I tried to use Insert faces (shortcut I) and Bevel but it didn't work as i expected,i don't know if i have missed something please give me an advice.

1.As you can see at first picture the red circles where i want it to be rounded 2.I want my corners to be rounded as second picture at red circles As you can see the red circles where i want it to be rounded

Finally here! i want my corners to be curves as this picture at red circles

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  • $\begingroup$ try Ctrl+Shift+B $\endgroup$
    – HenrikD
    Apr 27, 2018 at 8:46
  • $\begingroup$ probably you should say round instead of curve $\endgroup$
    – HenrikD
    Apr 27, 2018 at 8:47

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Rounding the corners of the inset face cannot be done directly.

But you can extrude it and so have a "volume" that can be beveled.

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  • Select the inset face
  • Extrude E
  • Go to edge select mode CtrTab
  • Select the edges
  • Bevel CtrlB (use mouse wheel or +/- from the numpad to choose the amount of bevel)
  • Once ok, remove the extrude face (select it then X then vertices)
  • Remake the original face: back to edge select mode CtrTab, then Alt select the border then F to make the face
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  • $\begingroup$ Hi lemon This is exactly what i'm looking for.Thank you so much you saved me.I actually moved from 3dsmax/maya i've just found blender this is very amazing software it's free and open source so powerful and can do entire things as 3ds max thank you again. $\endgroup$ Apr 27, 2018 at 9:46
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There are two bevel functions.

  1. Normal Egde Bevel with Ctrl+B
  2. Vertex Bevel with Ctrl+Shift+B

What you want to do is bevel/round the corners/vertices.

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  • $\begingroup$ I did as you said but it's still not be as i expected.Anyway thank you for correcting me this my very first time blender $\endgroup$ Apr 27, 2018 at 9:07

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