Overlap mesh converting to one mesh

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Reinforcer
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Overlap mesh converting to one mesh

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When you overlap mesh you will see a shape in the middle. Can this be made into one mesh by combining the two mesh.

Example: one vertical rectangle overlap one horizontal rectangle, square in the middle.

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Boolean operations?

Reinforcer
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How I got this idea

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I don't know how to use Blender or any other modeling software. I don't know all the function and when I want to model something, I'm not too sure if the technique is right. So first I outline the background image with the cube, then overlap with another cube to make a reference and this is how I got the idea.

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Post by brasshat »

I would suggest that you first need to gain better understanding of Blender, which is a complex software suite with a lot of functionality. You can do this piecemeal through tutorials on various sites web sites, but I would suggest working through either the on-line course at http://www.cdschools.org/Page/455, or at http://gryllus.net/Blender/3D.html. The former is aimed at a high school level, the latter at a university level.

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Post by Reinforcer »

I was modeling a bicycle, it need to be align properly.

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