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Working on a human character and when i try to add faces to attach the body it wouldn't work .. Tried F , Alt + F. Relatively new to blender.

Also tried on a basic cube still won't fill in faces. The body i'm working on

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I can see you have 2 objects, because there are 2 origins. First Join objects (cmd/ctrl + J). And yes, Joonas is right you have doubles (> Merge by distance).

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Are they two separate objects or one? The meshes need to be one object before you can join faces. Once they are a single object, selecting the same number of parallel edges should allow you to fill the empty face. If that doesn't work, take a full-screen snapshot or possibly upload your file.

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  • $\begingroup$ Try Looptools: W > Bridge. Select two edges you want to connect and use Looptools. $\endgroup$ – Jaco Sep 4 '20 at 7:36
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You have overlapping vertices as can be seen from black dots with orange rods. Press A in Edit Mode to select all vertices and from Mesh drop down (or pop-up) menu select Clean Up > Merge by Distance.

You can also select vertices and press F3 and search Merge by Distance.

Next try filling again.

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Cant close face because clipping is on.

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