Merry Christmas and Happy New 2010.

Step 4

In this step we’re creating this fourth decoration which is pretty simple as well, like all are, but this one is similar if not the same as the first one.

Fourth Decoration

We’ll start this one with a , oh what a shock, so start creating it and make its radius 10 units and position it in the origin. Just like other decorations.

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Create another Sphere, and make this one’s radius 7 units.

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this smaller Sphere right for 8 units, and it over y axis:

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Now, you’ve guessed it, using make holes.

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And again, you can guess the next step, using we will fillet the two edges with 0.2 as radius:

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Now, we need that wire top part from one of the previous objects. Just using command copy it:

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We will now use Move command to move this wire part down

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We need to create one last from Top viewport, and make it 1.5 units in radius:

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Again, we need to this Circle onto our Sphere. We only need the top projected curve, so you can all other after projection:

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Then, using or command cut the top of the sphere:

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Using command extrude this edge up by 1 unit: (make sure you set option to NO)

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Using command, join two surfaces, and with FilletEdge command we will fillet the edge with 0.3 units as radius:

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This is it!

You should have ended up with this:

All Decorations

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One Response to “Merry Christmas and Happy New 2010.”

  1. Sahar says:

    Thanks! This is awesome! Do you know how I can make a sphere that has defined sections? For example one that is cut into quarters or thirds? And for each section to have a different color? Should I make three spheres, cut them, and then assemble them, or is there a way for me to do that with a single sphere?


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