# Is there a way to fill the area between two circles?

There's a way to fill with faces only the area between the larger circle and the the smaller one? I mean.. It's a wheel and I'm trying to fill the rubber part of it.

Using the fill function F it fills everything inside the bigger circle.

• I don't think is possible to create an unique n-gon capable of filling those boundaries. You should at least make two regions. Would this in your case be suitable or you are looking for a one-face solution? Feb 5, 2016 at 2:57
• oh.. you are right, It works well this way! Feb 5, 2016 at 3:02
• I was searching for a one-face solution but it is not necessary :) Feb 5, 2016 at 3:03
• Here's a link to the Blender for dummies 3rd edition book's page about n-gon limitations where it is said that such feature "is not currently supported" referring to the 2015 versions of Blender. Feb 5, 2016 at 3:30

Also, another way to do this, would be to add in a circle, hit F to fill it. Then hit I to inset the circle to a desired size, then simply delete the inner circle.