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Old 05-05-2006, 06:39 AM   #1
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Default dog tutorial boolean

in the dog tutorial part 3, how come nothing happens to the the neck that i created when i pressed enter? Same case with the head. Because of this i cant "union" the two.
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Don't know why he has u press "enter" after selecting the objects...i never have any problems using booleans without pressing enter.

When u booleans, does one half of ur geometry disappear?
If so, you need to look at the surface normals of both pieces and make sure they're facing the same way.
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i do no the tutorial..
But what i know is that there ar about 5 rulles to succesfully compleet a boolian.

I 'm not having theme here but i'm going to look em up asap
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