Is there anyway to punch holes in an object? I don’t want to go all the way threw, but just kind of carve into the object.
> Is there anyway to punch holes in an object?
You could try the Boolean Operation menu under Object, or “W” short cut key. You can use that to perform a boolean difference, which will leave you with several new objects, one of which is A-B of the two objects you selected before using the command.
That’s the way I’ve always done it anyway, but I’m a noob myself, so maybe someone will chime in witha better way.
This is a common question and there are plenty of threads about it. There is a search function at the top of thread. Searching for some obvious terms will net you plenty of useful information. There is also a thread in the modelling section that you may find useful.
you might consider looking at the sculpt tools in blender