Looptools For Blender Updates With New Gstretch Polygon Creation Feature

LoopTools is a new tool for modeling in Blender that allows you to simply draw your model and have the software create faces. What’s even better about this Add-on script? It updates automatically with any changes made by other users, so all of those cool designs are right at your fingertips!

What are you waiting for? Make your mesh modeling dreams come true with these new tools!
Bend, twist and turn anything into the perfect 3D model. Create entire scenes from scratch-building everything step by step in Blender’s free tool of choice: LoopTools is here to help make everything easier than ever before.

The new LoopTools mesh modeling add-on for Blender 3D is a collection of tools that allow you to create and edit any three dimensional model using flat or curved 2d shapes with ease. You can also use it as an Animation Shading Language (ASL) library, which means your characters will look smoother in games! For more information on the product itself visit this link – https://www2.looptoollcg3dsoundpackcom/documentation/. Or if downloading from their website there’s no need because they offer bundles depending upon what kind of licenses were wanted by customers who bought them before so make sure check everything out thoroughly before purchasing anything just incase something else comes along later down.

For those of you who don’t know, Bart Crouch is a well-known name in the world of 3D. He was kind enough to show us all how his new Gstretch function works with LoopTools for Blender!

LoopTools is a scripting tool that can be used to make Curve and Bend tools for Blender 2.4x, inspired by this thread here on DZB Central which also led down several different paths in design but finally ended up at their current form given how much time has passed since then given all the developments we’ve seen happen between then and now while keeping one goal: enhancing user experience through ease of use without sacrificing power or flexibility
In order words there’s been quite some development from version 1-5 so check them out.