# How to move multiple vertices like subdivide?

What I want to do is to move multiple vertices(upper picture) along the edges and all the other vertices appropriately like subdivide create new vertices(lower pictures). I hope I can move all the vertices along the lines at once where subdivide create vertices if you select more "Number of Cuts" in Subdivide submenu.

In short, I want to Move vertices along the line between inner and outter vertices(upper picture) like subdivde creates vertices along the line. Lower picture is a sample of "subdivde" between inner and outter vertices

P.S.:curved shape

• This isn't clear. The vertices on the inner arc are connected to 2 or 3 radial edges each .. which edges do you want the vertices to move along? Or do you just want to scale the inner arc outwards all together, until it lies where the subdivision line is, in the second illustration? Commented May 14, 2018 at 10:21
• Yes, Robin. inner arc vertices are connected to 2 or 3 edges each. But when I use subdivide, they know exactly which line to use, because I select the outter arc vertices. I want to know if I can move all the inner arc vertices along the lines between inner and outter arc vertices just like subdivide knows which lines to create there new vertices at once. Commented May 14, 2018 at 10:27
• If you get such an unexpected result, make sure you apply the scale of your object in object mode. Also, I am not sure how well offset edges work with tris, so try it with quad geometry. Commented May 14, 2018 at 11:11
• Thank you dimitarsp. it works perfectly after I scaled up and down again back to original. using "Follow Face" option checked. Commented May 14, 2018 at 11:22
• Cheers, and happy to help. If you are happy with the answer below, you should mark your question as answered. Commented May 14, 2018 at 11:24