Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video Assembling the gear of a bike, part of The Making of Amsterdam Mist: The Vehicles.
- The gears themselves was another task…that was necessary to use Illustrator.…We're going back into Illustrator.…Here's some basic shapes.…The one I created was the three circles…that make up the outside area of the ring,…and the center part.…A little shape up here we see on top…which is one of the little gear teeth right there.…Then, of course, one of the little openings.…So what I did is I computed the circumference…of 360 by 5 which will give me the 5 little circles…so I knew it was 72 is what I needed…so what I did is I selected this center part,…and with my rotate tool I made sure…I put it right in the center here.…
If you want to be right in the center, there we go.…It's going to tell me that I'm in the center.…I hold down my option key and click.…Then I put in 72.…72 degrees and say copy.…Then I could just hit command D.…Command D, and Command D and I had…all the little shapes that I needed.…Then I did the same for this guy way up here.…Of course, that's not going to be 72.…In this particular case, it's going to be eight,…
- Making reflections in windows
- Building the grill and hubcaps of a car
- Creating a boat interior
- Making a rope pattern
- Creating a bicycle
- Creating a bike's tires, seat, chain, and gears
Skill Level Intermediate
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