3d Tutorial | Sphericon Pendant | 3dsmaxIn this tutorial, we will explore some basic techniques to model a custom Sphericon pendant for 3d printing. You will need 3dsmax 2010 or higher to follow along. No additional plugins or addons required. The techniques used here make use of general polygonal modeling tools, and can be translated to almost any capable polygonal modeling package. The result is ideal for 3d printing, and can also be used as an interesting scene prop, or jewelry item, in a 3d render. This video also goes through the complete scene units setup for real world scale, and modeling to real world scale for 3d printing.More Like This
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Model A Cubic Gyroid In Blender 2.75This is a companion video to my recent 3dsmax tutorial, in which we translate the process of modeling this shape to Blender 2.75, for 3d printing or digital design. The techniques shown here employ standard polygonal modeling tools, and no plugins or addons are necessary. The Dynamic Spacebar, Pie Menus, and Iconsev addons are enabled, but not required, for this tutorial.More Like This
*If you're interested in the 3dsmax version of this tutorial, you can find that video here: 3d Tutorial | Cubic Gyroid Abstract | 3dsmax
**If you use Wings3D, my friend Micheus Vieira has translated the original 3dsmax tutorial to the Wings3D here: Wings3d: Cubic Gyroid Abstract [3dsmax]
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