Boolean object. Object created by combining two or more objects. The Boolean object is created by performing Boolean operations between the objects that make it up. There are three operations that we can perform: union, subtraction and intersection.
Classification of objects
Objects can be negative, positive, neutral, or intersect so that when these objects are combined into a group the resulting object is the Boolean object. Boolean operations have no effect on neutral objects.
- Union: It is the result of joining two positive objects. The area common to both is eliminated creating a continuous object.
- Subtraction: It is the result of joining a negative object with a positive one. The area common to both is removed on the positive object and the negative does not appear.
- Intersection: It is the result of joining a union object with a positive one. When rendering, only the area common to both objects appears.