Join Dave Schultze for an in-depth discussion in this video It's time to make a watch, part of Rhino: Tips, Tricks & Techniques.
- [Instructor] In this next video we're going to combine…several strategies and build a watch case seen here.…The goal is to make this form both quickly and accurately…but, also work smart so we can always go back…and make changes.…Changes are the key to design exploration.…Let's start off with strategy number one which is…analyze the shape.…So we're going to look at various profiles.…We can see the side view here, here's a profile…around the back.…From the front face we can see there's some…concentric circles, so that really helps.…
You can also look at the other ortho view, the top,…which is not as helpful.…So most forms will be best described from two…different ortho, or the 90 degree views.…If you still have trouble analyzing the shape…always feel free to draw a sketch.…Either those ortho views, or in perspective…that can really help get you going.…I'm going to zoom out here down to the bottom.…The second strategy we're going to be using…is build with curves.…And that is probably the most important strategy…
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