Been playing with Blender mainly for 3d Printing and object creation. I have looked at quite a few Youtube videos and things have been a learning process. I want to say thank you to the Blender community for all your help.
I have two objects that have been joined (shown below). I would like to fill the void from top to bottom but leave the gap shown in the center. If I could duplicate the object and mirror that down that may work, but would be an unnecessary complex object.
I have tried to leverage the fill command to completely fill the void from top to bottom even ensuring the mesh is being selected via the Alt-Click to highlight. I keep getting and error that says "No Faces Filled". I have also tried to extrude the faces from the top or bottom section and join them up in the middle to no success.
Ideally I would like two close off the front section so it looks like a solid face in the front. Not sure if there is a way to pull down the faces and match the curve/angle. When done, it should resemble a face mack someone would wear
What the outcome would look like if the front section was filled. I simply put a Sphere in to represent what I was looking for.