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I try make a model of a bottle, i started the shape from a bezier circle, though the bottle got a rounded, squared look. Extruded it up to the top of the bottle. The problem is that this bottle is not symmetric on both sides so i need in some way to scale only 1 side of the bottle, i just dont know howto. I include a photo of my blender. Would be very glad if some one could tell how to do this. I am new to blender, so this might not be best way to start with a bezier circle? Also glad for advices.enter image description here

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  • $\begingroup$ Is it question about proportional editing modes? Have you tried any of them? Square root mode should be just about right if you will be moving/resizing single vertex of the side. $\endgroup$ – Andrey Lebedenko May 16 '16 at 22:52
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Place the 3D cursor on one of the vertex on the opposite side of the mesh, press . to transform around the 3D cursor, and optionally press O to turn on Proportional Edit mode.

Select one of the top or two top edge loops (as prefered) and scale them with S

Scale loop

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    $\begingroup$ He may be to humble to ask but if you like his answer be sure to accept it so stack exchange knows how to archive our Q&A $\endgroup$ – SilverRain May 17 '16 at 1:32

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