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Neil wrote:Hooray for that. I enjoy hearing these guys share practical work methods and hints
OK then an example... hmmmm.. lets take a streamlined HPV shell. Lets say I wanted to commercialise a HPV for daily use, add some stylish lights/indicators, vents, flares for some pop out low speed wheels and some subtle edges/creases for aesthetics and blend in a cool rubber running strip/bumper. The basis needs to remain aerodynamic though because that's a selling point. There is a mix of purpose in that there is a precise engineered form to adhere to but also the 'designer's artistic intent to satisfy.
In the past when I have tried to do stuff like this I have found my approach gradually makes a mess of the initial faired shape or that the bits I add somehow don't end up being as specific or perhaps designer cool intended. I just can't seem to make/keep things sweet and the more I try to fix things the more small discrepancies I end up with or the topology just becomes unruly and then I get frustrated. The more intricate details I add the harder it becomes to retain my initial shape as well especially if then say I want to make a change in one particular region and it ripples out...
If I run a small business I cant really afford to make errors, be inefficient or have a substandard product. If I am going to mold quite a few shells from the geometry I want them to be as clean as possible and right first time. How do I do tackle this sort of tspline mission well?
Feel free to add other potentially problem modelling acts you can think to include with this example. Hope that is useful
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