Learn about why drawing and editing vector curves is much faster in Rhino than in Illustrator.
- [Instructor] All right, we are now at the stage…of fine-tuning our design, and it's now a good time…to demonstrate new ways to develop our concept.…The traditional way is to fine-tune…the design in Illustrator.…But for me, I find it faster and easier to work in Rhino.…But feel free to use Illustrator for this step…if you don't have the software itself.…So let's go ahead and dive into Rhino.…The first thing I'm going to do is look for a folder…that I can access our chapter files here.…Under Chapter 2, you're going to look for a reference image.…
I'm going to move this window slightly to the right…so you can see your viewport in the background.…And the way we're going to do this…is you're just going to simply select our image,…drag it right into the viewport, and let go.…And when you click on the Rhino viewport,…you should see this appear.…Make sure picture frame is selected and hit OK.…You want to draw a box right in the viewport.…So I'm just going to scroll down to zoom out a bit.…Left click, pull to the right.…
- Building and cutting out a silhouette in Photoshop
- Drawing curves to match art in Rhino
- Refining model details
- Filling in color
- Finalizing the presentation