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 From:  Lara (MALA)
5809.1 
Hi,
normally I work with C4d.
Now I would like to model a shoe - is that a problem in MOI? Or is it better to walk with c4d in that case?
Cheers
Mark
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 From:  bemfarmer
5809.2 In reply to 5809.1 
The mold or pattern for a shoe is called a "last."
For general modeling possibilities, there is a Maya nurbs video of creating a shoe: http://lesterbanks.com/2011/02/maya-nurbs-tips-tricks/
Scanning: http://www.qualup.com/download/Shoe%20Last%20Digitizing%20RhinoPhoto%20Chile.pdf
ShoemasterQS6.2 is a free program. (use server2)
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 From:  Mauro (M-DYNAMICS)
5809.3 
Hi Mark:
two years ago i did a pair of boots with MOI,this is the link:

http://moi3d.com/forum/messages.php?webtag=MOI&msg=4652.1

i don't know what kind of shoes you need,but i think is feasible here


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 From:  Michael Gibson
5809.4 In reply to 5809.1 
Hi Mark, projects that are more organic in nature and are not mostly defined by 2D profile curves can often be more naturally suited for a sub-d polygon modeler, and a shoe will be getting into that territory.

It could be possible to do it in MoI but it will require a generally more advanced use of tools that tends to require more experience.

More mechanical type shapes are more strongly defined by 2D profile curves, and that's when using a NURBS modeler like MoI becomes a very natural and easy to use fit.

So for your particular case if you are already experienced in C4d it may be easier for you to do this particular project there.

- Michael
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 From:  Lara (MALA)
5809.5 
Hi guys,
thanks for kind impulses, ideas and suggestions.
That shoe is what I intend do model:
http://www.zalando.de/adidas-performance-adizero-f50-xtrx-sg-lea-fussballschuh-stollen-gelb-ad542a0t9-202.html

I guess I´ll try it in c4d.

Best Regards
Mark
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 From:  trc (TERRYC)
5809.6 In reply to 5809.5 
Hi Mark,

I don't know if C4D has subD modeling but if it does, that would be a good way to proceed. The shoe here (http://www.plazadelpixo.com/miscellaneous.html - 2nd row 3rd from the right) was made using Modo's subD modeling and it worked pretty well. Good luck.
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 From:  Barry-H
5809.7 In reply to 5809.1 
Hi Lara,
the attached youtube link may help.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIEW_yy7Kaw
I worked thro it first then attempted the boot from your link.
The attached photo's show the result.
Barry









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 From:  Michael Gibson
5809.8 In reply to 5809.7 
Hi Barry, wow that is a great looking result!

- Michael
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