Model A Sphericon Pendant In Blender 2.76Update: Part 2 of this tutorial for Blender 2.76 is now online, and available here: Model A Sphericon Pendant In Blender 2.76 (Part 2) | Making The HoleModel A Sphericon Pendant In Blender 2.76 by LuxXeon
Hi, everyone! In this tutorial, we model a sphericon pendant in Blender 2.76. This is a companion video to my latest 3dsmax tutorial of the same. I will attempt to translate the modeling strategy in Blender, to create an object which could be used in 3d printing, or as a unique design element, like a jewelry prop or sculpture, to be rendered in a scene. Unfortunately, the video cut short on me, and I wasn't able to create the hole for the necklace in this video. However, if there is interest in seeing that part, please let me know in the comments, and if there's enough interest, I'll make a part 2, which shows how to quickly create a hole for the necklace.
If you're interested in how to achieve this in 3dsmax, please see my tutorial here:
3d Tutorial : Cubic Lattice Abstract : 3dsmaxHi, everyone! In this tutorial, we will create a triply periodic, cubic abstract based on an implementation of the Schwarz P minimal surface. To follow along, you'll need 3dsmax 2010 or higher, or any comparable polygon modeling software. 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.3d Tutorial : Cubic Lattice Abstract : 3dsmax by LuxXeon
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