As I mentioned on my blender ui introduction post, one of the reason I left blender a few years ago is its unusual select an object command. If you a beginner user, you probably as confused as me too. But, it’s quiet easy actually, you just need a little time to get use to it. For selection, there are several ways to do it. Every method you choose have a good side and a bad side. I’m not gonna show you all, just the ones I use a lot, and hopeful it’s also work for you. I let you decide which one is comfy for you.
Selection in Blender:
1. Right Click.
This is pretty common command.
- To select a single object, you just have to right click on that object.
- To select more than 1 object press shift + right click. The same command apply if you want to deselect an object.
- The last object to be selected will be in light orange.