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If you just take a look at the picture, its too easy to do it without any tool. Here's how I do it. You need to have a sphere to start with Contract your selection & make a new sphere that's half the size of the original. Fill it with white color in a new layer Make a selection of this new layer, CTRL+click & go to Select, Modify->Expand Make it ...
You can use actionscript. However you would find it far more easy doing this in an external program and importing that inside Flash. You can make a text rotate animation in Adobe After effects & import that inside a movie clip in your flash project.
Diamonds are fragmented as prisms. If you want it to appear more 3D you need to find a way to make it appear fragmented. This could be with lines such as: Or through gradients and shading like this: Yours looks flat because it is. The entire front is just one piece. You need to add lines and/or shading to create depth to it showing where different ...
No and yes, freezing moves space. Thus the numeric values of any child spaces are moved around loosing meaning. To protect users from themselves its not allowed, and it does not make sense. Spaces under children are not affected as long as the child can be resolved, because the child space didnt change. (children are defined in their parents spaces) You can ...
RMB (Right Mouse Button) on the canvas and choose Select All In the status line choose Select Component Type () and under that Face () deselect others Looking from above marque select the are you want too keep. (make sure your slect tool is not set to select only visible faces.) Hold down Shift and marque select everything to invert selection Hit Delete ...
Between those two choices its a bit of a toss up. Neither one is used too heavily in industrial design. What you should probably be looking at is SolidWorks instead. If you're only choices are 3DMax and AutoCAD, I'd go with AutoCAD. A great website for everything industrial design is Core77
Start with your rounded rectangle: Then draw three lines that converge in the same spot somewhere to the bottom right of the rectangle: Now, using the pen tool, draw a shape like this (make sure the corners line up nicely). Now add a gradient to the new shape, reduce the opacity and change the angle to match the angle of the middle perspective line. ...
This can be done under Adobe Illustrator (and then optionally placed in the Photoshop document). This effect is called oblique projection. Here is the final result: I've created an Adobe® Illustrator® Plug-in called Oblique Projection 'opo' to automate the creation process of Parallel 3D Effect (Extrude Effect). It is quick and gives you full control over ...
You can use Extrude Extension... And you can follow my tutorial (site is in Indonesian)... 3D teks effect in inkscape More at www.desainew.com
Lighting. You need to add some directional lighting to create more shadows and highlights. The canned "drop shadow" never works. You should remove that and manually create cast shadows. I'd use Photoshop, but you can use whatever works for you.
You could render multiple wireframe passes and compose them together - with a bit of work, this could be automated.
Select the object you wish to apply the subdivide to. Go to the modify panel and in the modifier list go to object space modifiers. Select Subdivide from the list. It should now be applied to the selected object
To learn the basics, go to cgcookie.com/blender and then in the website go to blender basics to learn all the basics that you need for the program. And then you can go further with free tutorials like blenderguru.com to enhance your skills. Then you can go to find a course site for tutorials like cgcookie.com and blendercookie.com to enhance your skills even ...
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