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I'm in the process if trying to create a screen for a project im working on but Im having trouble of proportionally editing.

I just want the highlighted areas to be edited, so that the highlighted areas will have a smooth round bump on the top like a screen some sort, where It basically arches across the top in a smooth and seamless way like the picture below

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That can be something like this:

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Start with a half cube (cut in half in Z axis).

Flatten it in Z.

Stretch it in X.

Inset the top face.

Add a loop cut along the X axis.

Then another loop cut along Y axis and bevel this last (3 cuts).

Tune the curve aspect grabbing up the top/inside vertices.

Tune the corners to adjust left/right half circle shape.

(Blender 4.0)

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You should begin with a very simple topology like this one:

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If you want the slight slope, lift the face:

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Give it a Subdivision Surface modifier to have a rounder shape:

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If it needs the faces all around, extrude down, bevel the edge a bit:

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  • $\begingroup$ This is awesome, but im not trying to change the shape of the object I just want to lift the highlighted region to give it a hump while keeping the shape $\endgroup$ Commented Mar 6 at 19:16
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    $\begingroup$ invert the selection, make the edges invisible, lift the center of the top faces with the Proportional Editing on? $\endgroup$
    – moonboots
    Commented Mar 6 at 19:18

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