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 From:  zarkow
4943.1 
Build in Moi with a little bit "fillethelp" in 123d .
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 From:  BurrMan
4943.2 In reply to 4943.1 
SWEET Zarkow!
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 From:  Ambimind
4943.3 In reply to 4943.2 
what he said :)
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 From:  Unknown user
4943.4 
That's really nice.
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 From:  Mike K4ICY (MAJIKMIKE)
4943.5 
Zarkow! I'm impressed, how did you know that the Raptor was one of my favorite fighter jets? ;-)

Actually, I had to design one two years ago for a patriotic tee-shirt design. It took hours to sketch one in just the right 3-D (like) position. To think, if only MoI and Zarkow were known to me then. ;-)
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 From:  Michael Gibson
4943.6 In reply to 4943.1 
Looks nice Zarkow! You'll probably have it zooming by super fast in an animation soon?

- Michael
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 From:  zarkow
4943.7 
First Render
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 From:  Mike K4ICY (MAJIKMIKE)
4943.8 
Much respect Zarkow! I like.

Sleek render!
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 From:  BurrMan
4943.9 In reply to 4943.8 
Hi Zarkow,
Can you speak a bit about how you acheived this area here?



As in, are you doing this with patchwork modeling, or are you using solids and blending them (and possibly what the base solids were)

Not really needing a full step by step, but if you had the time to simplify an answer (or if thats possible) would be appreciated.

EDITED: 19 Jun 2012 by BURRMAN

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 From:  DannyT (DANTAS)
4943.10 
This is sweet modelling Zarkow!
Looking forward to the renders/animation.

Cheers
~Danny~
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 From:  bigseb
4943.11 In reply to 4943.10 
Awesome work!!
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 From:  Rich_Art
4943.12 In reply to 4943.11 
That looks great.....

Peace,
Rich_Art. ;-)

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 From:  niko (NICKP100)
4943.13 In reply to 4943.9 
Great work man...I would also like to know because the MOI wireframe shown does not seem to be the same as the rendered version..
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 From:  Stever_uk (STEVER)
4943.14 In reply to 4943.1 
wow, now that is cool my friend

and now.... your next task is to do a little tutorial how you went about it :)

Again great stuff!!
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 From:  zarkow
4943.15 In reply to 4943.9 
Hallo BurrMan,

I wrote I used 123d for Fillets.

So in Moi you create the Solid Objekts and Union boolean together. Export to step

For the Baseform I used the Freeware Tool Autodesk 123d, because you can Fillet to a Super Blend. Export back to Moi.

Cut it to peaces, as you like.

The slices you can chamfer in Moi Fillet.
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 From:  zarkow
4943.16 
Final Render
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 From:  BurrMan
4943.17 In reply to 4943.15 
Thank you Zarkow! That was appreciated... It was hard for me to visualize, but that was clear. Thanks again for sharing.

On a side note, I dont think you have problems with translation, but I think the 123d will prefer the ACIS format more than the STEP...Just a reference.

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