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I am new to Blender, I want to create this certain shape of a shampoo bottle, any help is appreciated!

You could create your bottle and a circle that you put in front: Use the Knife Project tool to cut the shape of the circle on the bottle (switch the bottle to Edit mode, CtrlLMB to select the circle, ...
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Merge isnt smooth

As you can see you have flipped normals, select all in Edit mode and press ShiftN:
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Close this thing

Select the loop surrounding the hole, press Ctrl+F and select Grid Fill. Then you can adjust the settings in the panel on the bottom left, if needded. For this to work you have to have an even number ...
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Need Help Modeling Chef’s Hat with Folds in Blender

Create a cylinder, subdivide it horizontally, assign it a vertex group at its top with the Gradient brush, create a ring object that you'll use to squeeze the hat, make sure that its face normals are ...
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Apply Pose Not Working

All your phalanges are separate armatures, if you apply the pose it will only apply to the active bone, the last selected. Unless you have a good reason to keep separate armatures, you should better ...
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How to make an object cut out which follows the general outline of this array?

Since you have a top arc and a bottom arc, you can use them to create a copy that interpolates the positions of the control points so that the new arc appears between them. In other words: the control ...
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Why is the extrusion different when extruding a single face along its normal vs extruding a group of faces along their respective normals?

The difference is that when extruding a group of faces they are extruded along the averaged normal of all selected faces (no matter if they are connected or not) while extruding a single face only ...
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Close this thing

Just to illustrate the Grid Fill feature. To get predictable results, select two opposite edges, with equal number of vertices.
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Object pivot point stuck to origin and duplicated objects move in tandem

Solved. Selected the object then in upper left tab option "Object" selected Set Origin -> Origin to Geometry Still unclear how I got to that point however, but posting in case anyone else ...
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Align vertices to fit a reference image

Use Lattice with Proportional Editing. You can use multiple lattices by splitting the affected area with vertex groups.
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