Modeling a wind-up clock

STEP 3

So, using command, we will explode our body polysurface into surfaces. Then we will work on inner shell, so you can hide outer surfaces so they don’t get in the way.

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The yellow selected surface is the surface we need to modify a bit. It should be bigger. So the blend surface next to it needs to be deleted, and on this yellow surface we need to extract edges, so we will use DupEdge command.

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the inner circle like on the image 37

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Delete the surface between two circles. Then, using command, extrude that circle to the other circle.

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With command blend the gap. And everything up.

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Using command, make two planar surfaces out of two circles you created earlier with DupEdge.

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5 Responses to “Modeling a wind-up clock”

  1. Zubin says:

    Thanks for the tut. Great learning experience. I’m learning new commands/techniques in every tutorial I go through.

  2. Renato says:

    Hi, nice tutorial!

    But is the video already on? I’d like to see how to render it with V-Ray! Thnx! keep up the good work!

  3. renata says:

    Hello,

    I`m sorry but I don`t understand the steps in the picture N=5, the step with the controllpoints
    when I move them there are no changes and I see in the picture the backmost part of the clock is thinnier

  4. renata says:

    whre ist the video of this tutorial?

  5. pontif says:

    Thank you for thr tut.

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