Begin to sketch out NURBs curves to define the model.
- [Instructor] Now that we've laid out the…image in Rhino and resized it to its proper size,…we can start to create the curves for our screwdriver.…The first thing that I'm going to do,…is go to our line tools here.…And we're going to maximize the menu and dock it.…So look for this little gray tab here,…left-click and just drag it right to the view port.…You want to keep this open because we're going to use…a number of these line tools here to create our design.…So, the first thing that we need to do…is create a reference line that cuts right across…the screwdriver to represent our cut of line,…in case we need to mirror things to the other side.…
We're going to go to this third one here on the top row here,…which is the line from midpoint.…We're going to draw from the center…of our coordinates so hit zero then enter.…We want to make sure we're staying orthogonal or straight.…You can simply hold the shift key…and drag towards your left or right.…I just want to go this way.…We don't need the extra line at the end here,…
- Building and cutting out a silhouette in Photoshop
- Drawing curves to match art in Rhino
- Refining model details
- Filling in color
- Finalizing the presentation