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Create 3D world map from .svg file [duplicate]

So I'm trying to create a flat 3D world map from a .svg file which I grabbed from this site: https://www.vecteezy.com/vector-art/169563-vector-3d-global-world-map I've imported it to Blender and did ...
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Extruded SVG showing spikes [duplicate]

I have imported what appears to be a clean SVG into Blender (works fine for 2D) but when I try to extrude it, I am seeing spikes appear. Can anyone tell me what is the issue and how I can fix it? ...
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Weird spikes when bevel extruded svg [duplicate]

I am trying to give some depth to my svg files. I have imported an svg file and then joined the curves together by grouping them. The extruding it self does not give any problems, however when i try ...
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Please explain how to extrude a 2D curve from SVG [duplicate]

Can a 2D shape that was created in Illustrator be extruded? The svg file imported successfully, but I have not been able to determine how to extrude the shape into a solid object. Does this require a ...
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Extruding Vector Files in Blender

I am sure this has been discussed quite a few times, but I found a tutorial recently doing the exact same thing as I did, but in my case my logo is messing up! Here is the link to the workflow: https:...
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Importing Adobe SVG cuts off half the image

how it looks in adobe illustartor how it looks in blender I've tried several things including expanding the objects, trying to upload parts of it without the others. but it always cuts off the image ...
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Extrude on Z axis

Apologies for not using the correct terms, but I am new to Blender and even though I searched a lot I cannot find the answer to my question. I have imported an svg file into Blender and want to ...
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modeling with curves (coming from C4D) [closed]

I'm learning Blender, coming from some basic experience with Cinema 4D. C4D leans heavily on spline-based modeling, and I'm trying to transfer those skills into Blender's curves when appropriate — e.g....
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Converting a masked 2d grayscale image to an object

I want to achieve the following: At the moment I can do it, by using Shapeway's 2D to 3D image converter, download the result as X3DB, then use NetFabb Basic to convert it to STL, which I can then ...
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Attempting to Extrude Imported SVG Curve [duplicate]

I am attempting to extrude a logo that has been imported from an SVG file. The SVG file was made in Adobe Illustrator. I deleted many extraneous layers (at this point, curves) upon import to have just ...
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Creating an bevel inset on an imported SVG

I am trying to create an insetted bevel on an imported SVG in Blender. I so far have the SVG properly imported, and am applying a 0.02 bevel depth to its geometry, and a 32 resolution to that bevel so ...
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Text and details on Objects

I'd like to know how this text gets adapted onto these 3D models. Could it be a PNG which gets mapped. Or is this text pre planned how it would be layout onto the model? what's the method involved in ...
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How to fill holes in Mesh from Curve from SVG

I am new to Blender but have been 3D printing for a while. I am trying to make my own model from an image to print a toy key for a piggy bank. I imported a SVG to get the shape of the key and ...
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Weird spikes when bevel

I'm having troubles when trying to add a bevel to an extruded svg, anybody know why this is happening? Totally new to blender and still have little to none experience in Blender / 3d software. ...
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Weird triangles on flat surface - extruded svg

I extruded an svg file (vector curves) and am getting all this weirdness (triangles visible on flat surfaces) when I render it. I'm sure this is a simple answer, but what is going on?

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