Join Ellery Connell for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating creases with support edges, part of Modeling for Product Visualization in MODO.
In this entire video, I'm going to be using P Subs, so not regular Sub Ds, but …most of these things will also apply to regular Sub D models. …So, I'm going to grab this cube here, press Shift + Tab to put it into P Subs, …and now let's look at some of the ways we can achieve some more sharp creases on this. …Now, if I wanted to create something like a cylinder, I would want to create two …sets of extra edges. And that is because, when you're dealing …with subdivision surfaces, every edge from your unsubdivided model.…
So we'll say this edge here. If you want to achieve a sharp edge or a …sharper edge, usually you're not going for completely razor sharp edges. …And because that little bit of rounding will add subtle realty to your models. …But when you're dealing with these edges and you want to sharpen them you need to …consider three different edges. Their needs to be the existing edge or …the edge that you're trying to achieve, and incoming edge so the polygons coming …into it and an outgoing edge the polygons out of it.…
- Intro to 3D for product visualization
- Benefits of polygonal modeling
- Polygonal modeling techniques
- Modeling with SubDs and PSubs
- Sculpting concepts and retopology
- Setting the scene
- Building geometry for particle generation
- Particle generation tools
- Using blobs
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
Using the included files1m 6s
2. Polygonal Modeling
3. Modeling with SubDs and PSubs
4. Sculpting Concepts and Retopology
5. Setting the Scene
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