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Blender Sverchok Basics (1)

As I mentioned in the past article, blender sverchok addon is so cool tool to create 3D model by parametric method.

In this article, I introduce basic tips of sverchok. If you find some mistakes in this article, please kindly tell it to my twitter.

Node

Socket

Each node has sockets to comunicate with other nodes. Meaning of the soket color is as follows:

  • Orange: Vertices
  • Green: Edges and any other data
  • Blue: Matrix (like location, rotation and scale)

node

Toggle hide

To toggle hide status of each node, hit “H” key. If your patch has so many node, use this function to hide insignificant information.
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Connection

Connect

To connect nodes, drag your mouse from one node’s socket to anotehr node’s socket.
Connect node

Disconnect

To disconnect nodes, press CTRL key and drag one terminal of the connection.
Disconnect

Viewer

Toggle visibility of Viewer Draw

To toggle visibility of Viewer Draw, click “Show” button.
Visibility