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tayyaba    0
what should i do when i want a fill and solid object inside . instead of empty ?
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Igor    459

Hi and welcome,

do you have any example of what you want? Some reference image? :)

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Cerbera    1,108

Objects are treated as solid by Cinema by default. For example, if you render a glass sphere, that is seen / renders as solid glass until you give it some edge thickness, after which the program knows it's meant to be a shell. The only time you have to do anything is if you are viewing a cutaway of a solid object, in which case you can manually make the caps of the inner surface via bridging, or any other poly modelling way.

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