How to Assign a Material to Multiple Objects at Once in Blender

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How to Assign a Material to Multiple Objects at Once in Blender

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Assigning materials individually to multiple objects in Blender can be time-consuming. This tutorial will show you a faster way to assign materials to multiple objects simultaneously.

How to Apply a Material to Multiple Objects at Once in Blender
How to Apply a Material to Multiple Objects at Once in Blender
  • First Select an object and add a new material to the object. Customize the material according to your preferences.
  • Then, select the objects you want to assign the material.
  • Then, hold Shift key and select the object that has the material you want to assign to other objects.
  • With all objects selected, press Ctrl + L to bring up the Make Links menu.
  • Select “Link Materials” from the menu.
  • Now all objects you selected have the same material.

The Video Tutorial

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How to Assign a Material to Multiple Objects at Once in Blender
A Blender interface screen recording demonstrating the utilization of the Product Rendering Tools Addon in Blender.
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