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I am following a tutorial on how to make collision models for my meshes and have come across this step:

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I am very new to blender, therefore I don't understand what this means, do I have to add a modifier to this models specifically or is this where I use the mark sharp function to select individual edges to smooth them? Thus clearing the sharp edges.

Also what does applying one smoothing group mean? Thanks,

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You only need to clear sharp edges if they have been marked sharp in the first place, If you are unsure, go to edit mode, select the whole object (all), right click, and select "clear sharp". See below:

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And yes - one smoothing group means select the whole thing (in object mode) and select "shade smooth" - this is to differentiate from some models which have different sections selected, and smoothing applied to only those sections.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks, this has helped. $\endgroup$ – CHED Jul 6 at 16:19

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