how to "peel off" the outer surface of more than two intersecting spheres
first of all I am an absolute beginner, so I beg your pardon if this forum topic turns out to be a kind of "silly question" or one that could be answered with the known "rtfm" shorthand
Second: as mentioned in the subject, I am interested in knowing what shape do the intersection of spheres look like. Not of two spheres, of course but of more than two (i am actually interested/curious in answering this question for 13 intersecting spheres)
Third: which kind of sphere would be better for this exercise? an UV or an Ico Sphere?
and fourth: how on earth can i cut along the intersecting lines in the most precise way?
Hope u can help because I haven't been able to solve this problem for quite some time and as I said before I am rather new to Blender and Blender is not something I need in my profesional life. I rather found Blender because I was looking for a program, that could help me answer the question mentioned above (i.e. the one with the 13 spheres). During this process I really fell in love with Blender but I am definitely not going to become an amateur 3D artist, not because I wouldn't like it, but because I completely lack the time for it.
best regards and thanks a lot in advance :)