- [Narrator] Open up the exercise files, so here…we have a table with our bottle at the top.…The scenario here is without utilizing any inch or DI…or DXR file, as we will create a cool looking…outdoor weather scene.…Let's enter scout workspace by heading to create…and selecting create form.…Hitting OK.…Heading back to create and let's select plane.…
So making sure…our rectangle type is 2 points.…That sketch on our xy plane.…Getting to front view, zooming out.…Going to hover over our origins, move to the left.…Left-click here and create a large plane.…Left-click.…Let's set the length faces and width faces too.…
Hitting OK.…I'm going to right-click and select edit form.…Under selection of filter,…let's set this to body, let's select this…piece-plane body and move this…this is set to our top view and move this further.…Hitting OK.…Next, let's enter edit form, once more.…
Right-click selecting edit form.…This time our intent is to select a edge.…Double left-click this edge.…I'm going to pull this down.…Next, double left-click this bottom edge…
- Inserting a reference image
- Revolving a sketch
- Embossing the text
- Creating labels
- Applying appearance
- Working with scene settings
- Local rendering
- Setting the scene
- Conducting and rendering the motion study
Skill Level Beginner
Fusion 360 Product Design: Lightingwith Carl Frischmuth5h 54m Intermediate
Fusion 360: Basic Part Modelingwith Vladimir Mariano2h 30m Beginner
1. Modeling Stage
2. Pre-Render Stage
3. Bubbly Scene
4. Spotlight Scene
Importing 3D files3m 29s
5. Outdoor Scene
6. Render Options
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