How to reduce polygon in Blender

In case your 3D model has many polygons, and you would like to reduce polygon in Blender, for reducing its complexity or file size, we can use Decimate Modifier. Decimate Modifier is quick tool in Blender to reduce the number of polygon or mesh. Below are steps to show how to reduce polygon or mesh using decimate Modifier. Hope this helps. More Blender Tutorial, Tips and Trick are available here.

How to Reduce Polygon in Blender using Decimate Modifier

1. In Object Mode, Select the 3D object that you want to reduce its polygon. And select the tab Modifier Properties on the right.

2. Open the drop menu and select “Decimate Modifier”

3. You will have 3 options to reduce the polygon – “Collape” , “Un-Subdivide” or “Planar”, you can choose the one that is suitable for your 3D model. In this case showed below, “Un-Subdivide” is chosen. The original number of polygon is 9615.

4. After increasing the iterations under “Un-Subdivide”, the number of polygons is reduced to 2902.

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