In this modeling tutorial we create the upper part of the lid. As part of the modeling process the boolean subtract tool is used in a novel way to help create an inset region of the grip.
This tutorial shows how to model the body of a beverage pitcher.
This tutorial shows how to join two very different topologies to create a smoothly connected object using boolean subtraction and subdivision surfaces.
Part 4 finishes where part 3 left of. It models a hinge component of the headphones.
This modeling tutorial creates a connection part for the headphones.It’s the first of two parts to model this component.
This rendering and texturing tutorial discusses the use of ‘rich white’ (akin to rich black used for printing blacks using all 4 cmyk components) to help prevent areas of label art from blowing out. This technique also allows for reflections to overlay the white areas. Additionally, the concept of gamma and how Design 3D handles this relative to imported art is discussed.