Learn the latest and greatest using Rhino 3D version 7.
We will explore together on how to use the new subdivision surfacing tools and techniques and how we can apply these techniques to a concrete project such as an aircraft seat.
We will use the tool to make the seat cushions using best practices in order to achieve clean results.
Along with the subdivision surfacing tools, we will use as well Rhino 3D’s NURBS tools allowing us to make what we call hard surfaces for mechanical looking parts, such as the seat structures.
Finally, we will learn on how to create basic Rhino materials as well as explore the new PBR ( Physically Based Rendered ) materials.
This tutorial comes with background images to be used as reference files for you to download and follow along.
This course is addressed for beginner level as well as intermediate level. It ‘s purpose is to expand even more your 3D know-how based on my previous Rhino 3D tutorials.
There are no prerequisites to do this course, even though learning the very basic tools on my Rhino 3D from beginner to advanced level can prove beneficial.
Whether you are an engineer, industrial designer, interior designer, architect or a hobbyist you will find this course useful.
If you don’t own a license of Rhino V7 and wish to learn, you can go to Rhino 3D’s official website and download a free trial version for you to follow along.
the course is 8 hours and 33 minutes long.
Who this course is for:
Industrial Designers, Engineers, Architects, Interior Designers, Hobbyists.