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This thread/topic will be about my practice and learning of 3D graphics. I will be make a range of projects and videos to be shared with designers and other people. And this forum is a great place to keep it on the Internet.

 

Creo Modelling Practice - 3D Dragon Head

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geometry proofs you feel comfortable with Creo toolkit, more the geometry indeed is not a simple one, so I can`t way to see your approach/technique

 

to make it even better, and extend the scope of techniques you want to introduce I would advise you to show how to solve 3 and 5 sided patches in advantage

 

there couple of such on my web page, you can use them as start point

 

http://proe-warsztat.pl/en/tuts/tuts.php

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I can't seem to open the website. It returns an error page.

 

I made another video today - Explode/Explosion/Melt a Creo 3D Model in 3DS Max

 

Also - Import/Export Creo/CAD IGES file to 3DS Max Flip Normal Correctly

 

Just playing around with 3D. =]

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Wow! that is impresive. keep on adding all details.

 

however I have to complain about wheel arch quality. There is a lot to be improved.

 

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check this post on polish proe users forum - some time ago we palyed arounf this issue within several solutions

 

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http://pfproe.pl/forum/index.php/topic,763.30.html

 

I did small atrempt regarding making a car couple of years ago, and it was fun.

 

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That is a nice looking car model!

 

I did make improvement to the fender. It is really hard to force a lot of constrains on the surface.

 

Also it is a good idea to bring into 3ds max, to let you see the surface better. Some material in Creo can act strange.

 

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muadib3d - You are right. I do think Creo has the ability to create close to Class A surfaces.

 

 

I made a new tutorial video, check it out! Creo Tutorial - Advance Drinking Glass Sweep Cut Technique.

 

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