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Modeling A Lightbulb
Modeling A Lightbulb
To add the inside elements of the lightbulb you need to draw two splines; one for each piece. The innermost piece you will have to revolve. Place the pieces where they should be inside the lightbulb.
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Torso From Profile Splines
Torso From Profile Splines
There are a few ways to model a basic torso. One such way is using the loft command with 4 or more splines. This tutorial will provide a quick look at a way to make a basic torso using loft, and how to split to make collars as well as texturing.
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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: Export Of Rhino/import Into Max
Tubular Objects: Export Of Rhino/import Into Max
A nurbs curve can be converted to an usuall 3DS studio spline. This is pretty cool because you`ll be able to use the very complete set of Rhino curve features and use them for example in max with surface tool (surfaces from network of curves) or just to make the curves renderable without any surface creation.
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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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Organic Modeling For Jewelry Design With T-Splines and Rhino 4
Organic Modeling For Jewelry Design With T-Splines and Rhino 4
Modeling ring, Juan Sahtocono
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