In part 3, we take a look at the use of the Hull function for use a second approach to modeling the body, using Adobe Illustrator as a starting point for the definition of the shape.
In part 2, we look at an alternative method for creating the L-shaped geometry from part 1, without the use of boolean function. This method starts with bezier regions created in Adobe Illustrator and results in geometry that is easy to UV map.
Getting Started Series Overview Video Design 3D CX 8 for Mac Design 3D CX 8 for Mac gives you easy to use, accessible power. Now 64 bit, Design 3D gives you more power, more speed, access to more memory for larger files, LiveRay, global soft shadows, HDR Light Studio support, and much, much more. This video is part of the Getting Started series, and can also be accessed using the Design 3D CX 8 “Help” menu. Learn more about Design 3D CX 8 on the Strata.com product page.
Getting Started Series First Project Design 3D CX 8 for Mac This supplement bottle project will show you how to import Adobe Illustrator artwork, turn it into a three-dimensional model, apply a label to the bottle, and setup a hero shot to create a final rendering. Along the way you’ll learn the basics of the user interface and how to work in 3D space. Design 3D CX 8 users: These videos are part of the Getting Started series, and can also be accessed using the Design 3D CX 8 “Help” menu. Non-Design 3D CX 8 users: For CX 7 and
Getting Started Series Fundamentals of Design 3D CX 8 for Mac This series of videos provides the fundamentals for new users – or users who just need a refresher. The basics are covered, including some features that are new to version 8. These videos are part of the Getting Started series, and can also be accessed using the Design 3D CX 8 “Help” menu.
Strata Design 3D can take a while to load, particularly in computers with slower hard drives. This simple housekeeping tip will make Strata Design 3D load much faster.