How do you move objects in blender?
Pressing G activates “Grab/Move” transformation mode. The selected object or element then moves freely according to the mouse pointer’s location and camera. You can also move an object by clicking and holding RMB on the object to move it. To confirm the action, press LMB .
How do you set the origin of an object?
Note that it snaps to the midpoint between the two selected vertices.
- Switch to Object Mode (otherwise we will get an error saying the origin can’t be set in Edit Mode)
- Set origin to cursor ( Space , search for “Set Origin”, Then choose “Origin to 3D Cursor”. Or Ctrl-Alt-Shift-C ).
- Set postion to Z=0.
How do I move my 3D Cursor to Origin?
There are three ways we can move the 3D cursor back to the world origin. The first is to press Shift+C. This will move the 3D cursor back to the center as well as moving the camera so that it centers on our scene. The second method is to use the snap menu with Shift+S and choose Cursor to world origin.