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I want to create a mountain with a shape kinda cut out of it (in Bryce3d or Bryce4). I tried to make the shape negative and a mountain positive, but it does not "deduct" the shape out of the mountain. I tried to do it with just shapes, like cubes, balls, etc. It just does not work. Also I wonder if its possible to make mountain filled inside (not empty). Please, help me, I've spent like 10 days trying to learn the prog, cant find this anywhere. I'm giving all the points I've got after filling out all questionnaires, etc. Please reply ASAP. Thanks in advance.
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Heh, I had the same problem before. The trick is to GROUP objects, after making one negative and another one positive. GROUP them, and it will work. To group them, select them both and click on grouping square (little one located together with A, M, etc.). It will become one object (you can always ungroup it back).
Regarding making mountain solid object, not empty inside, select it, press E square, then there will be triangle pointing down in the middle lower part of the screen, click on it, it will give menu (Realtime linking, Auto Rotate, etc.) select option there to make mountain solid. Best Regards.
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