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Blender 2.8 Boolean Selection Methods: Intersect, Difference, Add, Subtract

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Gottfried Hofmann writes:

Blender 2.8 gets some pretty useful new selection methods you might be familiar with from other packages: Add, Subtract, Difference, Intersect

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Gottfried Hofmann

Founder of BlenderDiplom.com, co-author of the Cycles Encyclopedia. Blender enthusiast since 2.50 alpha 0. Got a knack for simulations and teaching.

5 Comments

  1. @ 2:40
    A side note, they're not just common operations for mesh Booleans (a.k.a. CSG) and other 3D tools, they're common Boolean logic and set theory operations - i.e., it's considered a form of math, existing loOoOooong before these software tools (long before software) existed.

  2. It's a shame this feature uses the top bar, as I've found the top bar is generally a waste of space in my workflow, so have it permanently hidden. Also, why does the tool bar on the left have nice coloured icons, at least when selected, but the Properties editor tab icons (which I need to use frequently), are all indistinct monochrome icons?

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