Tutorial making Water can

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 From:  lyes (BLYESS)
1514.1 

EDITED: 1 Apr 2008 by BLYESS

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 From:  Ed
1514.2 In reply to 1514.1 
Lyes,

Another great tutorial!

I like this concept of forming objects from one solid. Can't wait to see what else shows up in this forum made from a sphere.

Ed
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
1514.3 In reply to 1514.2 
Agree. Great tute----thanks.
Brian
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 From:  rayman
1514.4 
Yes very nice tutorial !
This is actually the standard way of nurbs object creation in Truespace !
Let me add also to this thread that you can use any rotational curves object
as a starter for this kind of modeling !
If you start with a rotational nurbs object you can ad detail where you
need it by adding points .
Here I did a more belly shape from a peanuts shaped nurbs object with points added at the heighth of the wateroutlett....

Peter


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 From:  rayman
1514.5 
There are actually quite a few functions in Moi3d
that let you model with the show points.......
Here is the network function where I just pulled
the middle piece upwards that can i.e. give you nice buttons etc.
Peter



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 From:  rayman
1514.6 
Here you have a panel ... a loft over 3 curves.
You can manipulate the panel the same way as in the
tutorial ... with show points
so whenever you want to make an object with point manipulation
your NOT RESTRICTED TO a sphere !
Peter


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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
1514.7 In reply to 1514.6 
I come from a Hexagon type modelling background and the more I learn about MoI the more I am truly amazed! (I have all sorts of programmes including Amapi7.52 through to the latest versions of LightWave andXSI)

Combined with the extra potentials for manipulation with the type of apps like 3D Paint and even the simple Vertex Room Displacement Painting of Carrara6Pro---what else do most of us need?
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 From:  rayman
1514.8 
Yeah Brian !
I have all sorts of things too !
But I come back to Moi 3d most of the time.
I do around 80 % of my modeling now in Moi 3d ; P
Peter
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 From:  wimverbe
1514.9 
does anyone still have this tutorial somewhere on his/her harddisk? the 2 links above are broken.

tnx
wim
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 From:  dooki
1514.10 In reply to 1514.7 
Hey Brian, I too came from HEX and before that Amapi, back from v1.2. I still use and hex a lot. Too bad about them huh?

-Dooki
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