- Before we tweak our scene settings,…let's make our bottled beverage more interesting…by creating spheres to represent floating drops.…Let's make sure that we are in the model workspace.…Let's set up to create form,…hitting okay.…Let's now head to create and select sphere.…Let's sketch on our x, z plane,…heading to top view,…creating a sphere.…
Let's set the longitude faces…and latitude faces to eight.…Let's tweak the diameter of our sphere,…no need to be exact.…Our goal here is to populate this area…with different spheres of varying sizes,…hitting okay.…Let's expand our bodies folder,…selecting our T-spline body,…hitting Control + C and Control + V,…moving this one here,…Control + V, Control + V,…Control + V, moving this here,…panning,…zooming out,…Let's set to our front view.…
And randomly select our bodies,…positioning them.…So I'm hitting M for move.…
I'm going to create a window selection…to select some of our spheres,…hitting Control + C and Control + V…and hitting M for move.…Let's multiply more of our spheres…but first I'm going to select…
- 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
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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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