Blender How to select edges and edge loop with shortcut

YouTube Tutorial Video shows how to select edges and edges loop with shortcut. In this video, we will show how to activate edge select mode in Blender. Then, we can select edges, multiple edges, edge loop, multiple edge loops with shortcut. All steps will be showed in this video clearly. I hope this helps. More Blender Tutorial are available here.

Blender How to select edges and edge loop with shortcut

To select edges in Blender, follow these steps:

1. Edge Select Mode

First, ensure you are in Edge Select Mode. You can switch to this mode by clicking the middle button in the top left corner of the 3D view or by pressing the shortcut number 2.

2. Selecting Edges

Single Edge Selection: Click an edge with the left mouse button (LMB) to select it.
Add/Subtract from Selection: Hold down Shift while clicking to add or subtract from the existing selection.

3. Edge Loops

To select an edge loop, first select an edge.
Then go to Select → Edge Loop or use the shortcut Alt-LMB on an edge.
The shortcut is more powerful because it allows you to add or remove loops from an existing selection if you press Shift too.

Furthermore, we can watch this Blender YouTube Tutorial Video that shows how to select edges and multiple edge loops in step by step.
Watch here,

Intro – Select Edge and Edge Loop
0:16 Add an object
0:22 Go to Object Mode
0:28 Edge Selection with using Shortcut 2
0:43 Select Edge
0:51 Ctrl + LMB to select edge connected
1:07 Alt LMB to select Edge Loop

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