Monthly Archives: June 2009

“Mouse” seems like a rather passive name for Akira’s T-Spline design. This definitely looks more like predator than prey. More renderings + T-Spline wireframe on the Surface 3D forum.

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Thursday, July 16 5:00-9:30 PM PDT Come learn T-Splines from Matt Sederberg in Los Angeles. Hosted by Forward Design Office. Price: $750 (T-Splines 2.0 license included) or $200 (class only). Laptops required. Space is very limited. Email Jeff at Forward … Continue reading

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Franco Folini from Novedge interviewed me this week over on the Novedge graphics and design blog about all things T-Splines. If you haven’t seen Novedge’s collection of interviews of CAD personalities, they are very well done and are a unique … Continue reading

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ASGVIS is hosting a free webinar on Tuesday, June 23, 2009 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM EDT: “Changing your approach to design with T-Splines and V-Ray.” More info and registration.

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Matt Lombard at Dezignstuff has reviewed the models submitted in the T-Splines bottle modeling challenge and selected a winner. Matt judged the models after they were converted to NURBS and brought into SolidWorks.

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Promotional pricing for T-Splines 2.0 for Rhino is available until June 30, 2009. Buy now to save up to $100/license on this significant new release. Also, if you bought T-Splines version 1, did you know you can get a free … Continue reading

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Dave Schultze, owner of SchultzeWorks and an instructor at OTIS College of Art and Design, has been working with T-Splines since the 1.0 release over a year ago. In a new case study we are publishing today, Dave highlights one … Continue reading

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