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Dear fucking god, someone help me with this. I'm relatively new to Blender, and have no Idea how to fix this, anyone got ideas?

I deleted the inner faces after connecting the outer faces, and I had expected it to fix this darkening issue, but it remains my bane.
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>>554788 (Cont.)

It doesn't show up in the render, but for future reference; I'd like this answered.
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>>554788
Flip your normals. ..
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>>554790
Now I feel like a retard, thanks though.
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select everything in Edit mode and press Ctrl+N or search for 'Invert Normals'

I know you solved this already, just mentioning the shortcut ok.




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