Creating a Robot using Booleans in ZBrush

Booleans. Sounds terrifying to me. I don't know what they are and I want them to leave me alone in my boolean free environment. And yet, now I've used them to create a robot, I've found that they are friendly little critters and a lot more simple than you'd expect. Let's take a sphere and a cube and look at the basics of booleans. If we intersect the cube and the sphere we have four options. We can have the two added together: Or we can subtract the sphere from the cube: Or we can subtract the cube from the sphere: The final option is to have just the intersection of the two shapes: And that's it! The rest is creativity. It's all a matter of starting with simple shapes and then adding, subtr

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