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7/09 Creating stunning jewelry designs with T-Splines View
5/07 How to approach modeling with T-Splines View
3/07 Carl Bass reintroduces T-Splines for Rhino View
6/21 Transitioning from NURBS to T-Splines View
12/07 Footwear modeling with T-Splines 3.3 for Rhino View
11/29 New T-Splines reverse engineering tools View
10/28 How T-Splines changed my aproach to making jewelry in CAD View
09/29 Modeling a water gun View
09/07 Car modeling:
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07/06 tsElements intro
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06/22 Free-form Architecture View
06/15 TS Pipe command View
06/08 T-Splines for Rhino intro View

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Tsplines study

Postby jeanat9 » Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:25 am

Hi everyone,

I finally found time to squeeze in one of my first studies with tsplines, (a skull)... primarily because it's the kind of shape i'd feel completely unable to draw in rhino.
It was a lot easier than i thought it would be and i do feel i'll be quicker and more accurate as i tackle some complex modeling in the future. Mainly in the way i prepare for it and keeping my original shape as simple as possible for the job.
I found the tutorials very helpful (the dolphin tutorial helped me a lot with this exercise).
As i work in jewellery, i quickly incorporated it into an adornment. Not of the best taste but heck :) i guess there'll be plenty to make up for it now i have this tool. V3 is great also!

Best of fun designing in tsplines!

Jean


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Re: Tsplines study

Postby Matt Sederberg » Wed Mar 09, 2011 4:57 pm

Jean,

Nice work! Thanks for sharing it, as well as background into how the experience creating it was for you. Glad to see you using T-Splines.
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Re: Tsplines study

Postby Kev » Wed Mar 09, 2011 6:33 pm

Nice work Jean!

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