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In this lesson you will use the Hole and Group tools to create toppings for your pizza. Spend a few minutes looking at the image of toppings. Do you know how they were made? Do you have a favorite topping that isn't in the image? How would you make it? This lesson shows how to make a few toppings.

Instructions

1. Continue to the next step.

## Step 1: How to Make a Pepperoni Slice

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Let's get started!

Instructions

1. Place a cylinder on the workplane.
2. Scale the diameter (the distance from one side to another of a circle) of the cylinder down to 16mm.
3. Scale the height down to 4mm.
4. Change the color to a dark red.
5. Move on to the next step.

## Step 2: How to Create a Pineapple Wedge

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In this step we will make a pineapple wedge.

Instructions

1. Place a pyramid on the workplane.
2. Scale the pyramid down so that it is similar to image below.
3. Rotate the pyramid 90 degrees. Place a box and turn it into a hole. Move the box so that it covers about 1/3 of the pyramid from the tip.
4. Select both objects and group them together. Move the newly made pineapple wedge off to the right side of the workplane.
5. Move on to the next step.

## Step 3: How to Create a Mushroom Slice

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Now we will move on to make a mushroom slice.

Instructions

1. Place a half sphere on the workplane.
2. Place a cylinder on the workplane.
3. Hold SHIFT and scale the cylinder down until its height is about 8mm.
4. Select both shapes and align them together so they share center points.
5. The cylinder is inside the half sphere. In order to select it, Turn it into a Hole. Left click and drag to create an outline of a square. This square will select anything it touches. Select both objects. Holding SHIFT, click once on the half sphere to deselect it.
6. Move the cylinder down. Keep the top of the cylinder touching the half sphere.
7. Turn the half sphere into back to a solid. Now we have a full mushroom.
8. Place a box on the workplane and turn it into a hole. Move it so that it is covering about 1/3. Make sure the box covers the mushroom completely.
9. Holding ALT, move the box to make a copy. Leave a gap in between the boxes.
10. Select both boxes and the mushroom and group them together. Rotate the mushroom slice so it lays flat on the workplane and move it next to the pineapple.
11. Move on to the next step.

## Step 4: How to Make an Onion

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Next up is making a slice of an onion.

Instructions

2. Scale the half sphere so that it looks like the half sphere in the image. Another way to scale an object is placing the Ruler tool by pressing "R". Left click on a measurement to type it in with the keyboard.
3. Holding ALT, move the half sphere down 2mm. This will also make a copy.
4. Change the copy to a hole as shown in the image.
5. Select both objects and group them together.
6. Select both objects and group them together.
7. Scale one side to make it longer in one direction. Turn the box into a hole and move it over half of the half sphere.
8. Make a copy of the box and rotate it so you have something that looks like the image.
9. Select all of the objects and group them together.
10. Rotate the onion slice 90 degrees.
11. Hold ALT and move a copy of the onion slice with the other toppings.
12. Move on to the next step.

## Step 5: Making a Pepper Slice

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Using the onion slice left from the previous step, we will make our last topping.

Instructions

1. Select the onion slice left behind.
2. Holding ALT, rotate the onion slice 180 degrees on the X axis, as shown in the image.
3. Move the copy as shown in the image.
4. Select both halves and scale it down on the X axis.
5. Lastly, group them together and change the color to green.
6. Continue to the next lesson.