Blog: CAD for Virtual & Reality

ITPG-GT 2086-001

Tutor: Ben

WEEK 3

 
 

Part I: 

Creating Three Models

 
Create three different models using a bunch of the above techniques. 
 
 
 
 

I made these three:

 

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classic iPhone 5 (s)

 

 
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decoration metal pig

 

 
 
 
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Honda car key

 

 
 

iPhone 5s:

 

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I was looking for anything I have which could be made into models, and I found this 'ancient' phone I used many years ago. Classic design, (which is basically a longer version of iPhone4S) and in my opinion, which is still a good UI/UX for a smart phone even for today.

The whole process is actually very pleasing and easier than I thought, I think that's partly because of the few dimensions it has got. I also cheated a little bit, since I found a dimension drawing of it online. Generally speaking, from CADing it I could really feel the elegant design spirit of Apple products.

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a little bit process

 

 
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look around

 

 
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Honda car key:

 

 
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This one is the first model I made for this week's practice. It's actually quite complicated, consider its small size.

 

I tried different methods to achieve the shapes I wanted, like tapered extrusion or interact combine. In the end I inserted a Honda SVG logo to its back to finish this model. I still, kind of like it as my first model, as this is also the key which I kept, of my first car.

 
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I didn't have scale cheat sheet for this one, so I measured each data manually

 

 
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Some new methods I have tried..

 

 

look around

 

 
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small pig table decoration:

 

 
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As a round, little pig, it needed to be 'filleted' at every intersection. Also I used some different angles of construction planes around its rounded, cute body to create different centered shapes.

 
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making sure it can stand stable on a surface

 

 

look around

 

 
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