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After searching comments on youtube for hours I found a few people having same issue, OPTIMAL DISPLAY on SUBSURF MODIF should be UNTICKED , and Xray dropdown under Geometry WIREFRAME should be set to 0.5 to get the same display as Andrew.


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Select that particular object Ctrl + H to hide all other objects in Edit Mode and Alt + H for unhiding.


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Once you've switched to Wireframe mode you can disable the X-Ray mode, and you can select your object and in the Properties panel > Object Data > Viewport Display > Display As > Wire. This way, only this object is transparent.


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Blender 2.9 (presumably also valid for 2.8 versions) Two-part anwser: Use Cuves Use Skin Modifier Curves: A simple way is to convert the mesh into curves, then bevel it, what gives the resulting "wire" a solid appearance. In Object mode: select object and in top menu go to Object > Convert to > Curve in the Properties Tab under Curve ...


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Answer as per users @Emir and @R-800: Shift+Z to toggle Wireframe on and off, but it's just plain Z to bring up the pie menu.


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