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Protruding Foot



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To create a foot at the base of a shape (let’s assume the circle is already drawn):

  1. At the location of the "foot" draw a rectangle extending inside the outermost circle.
  2. Choose Edit | Select All.
  3. Click the Repeat button. 
  4. Nudge the copy fully away from the original, using the arrow keys.
  5. Choose Line | Intersect.
  6. Delete large arc and straight segments inside the circle.
  7. Group the lines of the "foot".
  8. Set Z to -0.75.
  9. Select original rectangle and circle.
  10. Choose Line | Intersect.
  11. Delete small arc and straight segments inside the circle.
  12. Group the lines of the boundary region and set Z to 0.8.
  13. Nudge the "foot" into place.
  14. Choose View | 3D.
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