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Thursday, September 15, 2011

Modeling a scroll with Rhino



In this Rhinoceros video tutorial you'll learn to model a simple scroll form like those you might see in fine woodwork or on jewelry. The v5 beta of Rhino is used in this video and can be downloaded from www.Rhino3D.com using your v4 license.

4 comments:

George Showman said...

Great to see this. I've had students model violins, etc., and the scroll portions are always exceedingly challenging. This issue with the tangency and trim problems is very good to know about. Thanks for posting!

Brian James said...

Hi George,

I'm glad it was a useful tip. Let me know if you have any other areas that cause common questions in student models.

Bobbylynn said...

Great tutorial! After following it twice, I'm still stuck on the 'show edges' part - my interior edges aren't sealed. Do you have any troubleshooting tips? Thanks a million!

Brian James said...

Apologies for the super delayed response Bob. I would check to make sure the curves used to construct the surfaces touched. If you are still having similar issues, please email the 3dm file to Tech@McNeel.com and we'll take a look.