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Boolean modifier: How to union, difference, intersect objects

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25games writes:

Hello and welcome!
Please forgive me that I placed a community question to the first minute of this tutorial. If you want to skip this question just jump to 1:14
I was searching for a way how to "merge" or substract two objects so that the volume is "melt" together. The easiest way is to use the boolean modifier (in my oppinion). I will talk in this video about the basics and how to use this function.
Cheers

https://youtu.be/oc9ninRRXGo

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Simon Gangl

25games was founded in 2016 by two friends: Severin & Simon. Our first goal was to publish a action-adventure game called Kordex. Sadly we wasn't able to find enough support to continue development. However, our Youtube channel and the pixel community was growing nicely. So we decided to continue producing videos for gamedev for you! If you have any problems with game production, feel free to contact us and we try to help!

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