I've only started using blender 2 days ago. So i'm sorry if this is really stupid. Im not sure what keyterms to search for. but had no luck so far in getting a solution.
- So, I have a landscape mesh (Another Noise Tool - Landscape), and it is hollow.
- And I want to set it on a circular plane.
- but I want to cut out the overlapping part of the circular plane (i highlighted in blue) so I can still see inside the landscape mesh from the bottom.
Essentially, I want the landscape mesh on a circular ground instead of the square it came in. This is the way I thought of going about it. But if there's a more straightforward way, i'd be happy too.
Because the issue with the method I'm trying, it is hard not to have a difference in x-axis between the landscape plane and the circular plane which i circled in green.
I hope you could guide me through it. Thanks!