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I have no other way to title the question I have. I have a hollow violin model that I'm trying to cut through with boolean shapes (example pic included of what I'm trying to make.)Violin Bow

What I'm trying to do is figure out how to create a way to close the hollow gap left behind. Not fully fill the inside but just to basically make a wall from the front to the back where I cut.Hollow Violin[!

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You could use filler in edit mode, if I understand your question. Go into Edit mode, in vertice selection mode, and hit Ctrl-Numpad 1 to make go into Y view. Turn on X-ray mode so it looks something like this (this is just a sphere, not a violin)

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Group select two vertices (it selects both the two in the front and the two in the back), and hit "f" on your keyboard, like this:

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There should now be a face in between these four vertices, like this:

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Just do this to every set of vertices in your circle, until it looks like this:

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If you want to, you can also shade it smooth in object mode, but there's enough pictures on this post already ;-)

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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you sir. I will try this as soon as I can but I'm fairly sure this will do exactly what I want! $\endgroup$
    – UminoJyaku
    Sep 27, 2021 at 18:56
  • $\begingroup$ I hope this helps you! Happy Blending! 😸 $\endgroup$ Sep 27, 2021 at 19:00

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