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An Arm From Profile Splines
An Arm From Profile Splines
There are a few ways to make easy arms. This tutorial will teach you how to loft them from four profile interpolated splines. Although making a basic arm is easy, making it look detailed and defined is yet another story for another time and tutorial. Here goes...
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Tubular Objects: 2 Wrapped Spirals
Tubular Objects: 2 Wrapped Spirals
The kind of thing usefull for architectural stuff or maybe ropes. Very very quick and easy to do you may add more spirals. Again this is the kind of things that you probably never been with polygon because of the number of facets and also because that kill the display fluidity if you have a few ones.
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Building A Palmtree
Building A Palmtree
There are a few ways to make easy arms. This tutorial will Use the interpolated spline. The reason why you use a interpolates spline is because you want them smooth, and no jagged edges, if you can help it. We will have some jagged edges because of turning to low poly, though.
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Rhino - Make a Die in 10 Easy Steps
Rhino - Make a Die in 10 Easy Steps
Rhino - Make a Die in 10 Easy Steps
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Rhino 4.0 - 3d Stair Rail Using Bldsrf With The Autochain / Tangency Option
Rhino 4.0 - 3d Stair Rail Using Bldsrf With The Autochain / Tangency Option
The rails are polysurfaces 22 segments - one for each surface - so the picking isn`t very easy. Using AutoChain will speed picking to around 6 picks per profile. Most of the transitions between the edges that make the shape profile aren`t tangent so using the automatic chaining doesn`t help a lot with the default settings. If you set Angle Tolerance (in Doc Props) up to 10 or so, the almost tangent connections work so you can do about half and half automatic chaining and manual picking.
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