In your example you have like a row of unfilled faces, so you can just select the top edge of the last face before the missing face and press ‘F’. Blender recognizes the pattern based on the surrounding faces and fills the next one it.
In respect to this, how can I fill my face?
The Fill option will create triangular faces from any group of selected edges or vertices, as long as they form one or more complete perimeters.
|Menu:||Face ‣ Fill|
Hereof, how can I get dimples naturally?
You can gently hold the spot either with both your index fingers or anything with a rounded tip like a makeup brush or pencil. Smile and then again stick your fingers on the same spot, try to have a wide grin and then reposition your fingers, this is the spot where the dimples occur naturally.
How do I add edges in blender?
The steps to make new edges are as follows:
- In Edit Mode, click on the Vertex Select icon and right-click on the first vertex of your new edge. Holding down the Shift key, right-click on the second vertex.
- Hit F on the keyboard to make a new edge.
Edge loops can be selected by first selecting an edge (vertex or edge selection mode), and then going to Select ‣ Edge Loop. The shortcut Alt-RMB on an edge (either vertex or edge select mode) is a quicker and more powerful way of doing so.
Add a Circle to the Scene
Create a circle: Click Layout then Add > Mesh > Circle. You will see a circle in the centre of the scene. An “Add Circle” dialog will appear in the bottom left. Click the arrow to expand the “Add Circle” dialog.
Facial fillers are synthetic or naturally occurring substances injected into the lines, folds, and tissues of the face to decrease the appearance of wrinkles and restore the facial fullness that decreases with age.