Subtractive Brush Not Working
I am trying to make a window using a BSP box brush set to subtractive. I am placing it on another BSP box brush and it will not subtract.
The only way for it to work would be if I add a completely new BSP box first, and then add a completely new subtractive one. But even then, it only subtracts the new BSP box and not all the ones I have already placed prior.
Anyone know what's wrong or what I am doing wrong?
I think the issue appears because of the order that these additive/subtractive shapes are created.
Additive then Subtractive works,
then create a new Additive, if you move the Subtractive shape to work with this new shape it fails.
If you have a Subtrative shape that doesn't work just cut then paste it in the same place. This way is treated as a new entity.
Hello Kuroodo Ditory,
From your screenshot it looks like you have a subtractive brush inside of another subtractive brush. If this is what you are doing then it won't work. Think about if you took a glass a water and you emptied it. Then you tried to empty it again. There is no water left so there is nothing left inside the glass.
If this is not the case, you will have to build in order for the subtraction to actually take place. Also you need to have an additive brush in order for the subtraction to be taken away.
answered Oct 13 '15 at 03:01 PM
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