Adobe Dimensions - I'm suddenly forgetting how to "cut hole" in a 3d object. for example: cutting a hole that passes through a sphere (or a cube, etc). I recall that the steps included
- grouping the objects (for example, a sphere, with a cylinder that passes through the sphere)
- then applying a mask, or some other effect, to "hide" the cylinder.
the effect I'm going for is to subtract the cylinder shape from the sphere, so that a "hole" is cut through the sphere.
frustrating... I recall beiing able to do this before. but can't remember and can't find previous tutorials
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Below is a link the Dimension User Guide. Hope that helps.
Adobe Dimensions - I'm suddenly forgetting how to "cut hole" in a 3d object.
its called a Boolean
basically its an old school way of making a hole which you can still do in Blender or old copies of Photoshop before Adobe dropped everything 3D... to be clear if you just do a Boolean then Dimension will not rrendor it correct because it doesn't know what it is and you have to then re-mesh the model in what ever software you like to model with and that link has examples i've already posted
Some time I use Torus