This isn’t a specifc tool question, but I was inspired by Tim Ferriss’ accelerated learning methodology (DSSS) and one of the steps was interview those who have mastered the skill. I have absolutely no background in 3D modeling, Photoshop, or any sort of design tools. However, I am passionate and dedicated to learning this program as quickly as possible. If anyone has the time, I would really appreciate answers from some Rhino Masters. I spend at least 1-2 hours every weekday studying and 6-8 hours on the weekend.
What kind of background did you have related to 3D modeling before you started Rhino?
What are the biggest beginner mistakes?
What areas are the biggest waste of time?
What areas should I focus on if I want to do product design? Prototyping with 3D printing first then going into production. I’m trying to focus on simple organic shapes for “cute” cartoonish animal shapes.
I’m teaching myself, after studying from Lynda courses, what’s the next step I should take?
What tips do you have when you start to model something? Lines, surfaces, solids? How do you determine how to start?
If I only have 4 weeks to learn Rhino, what should my training look like?
Thank you all.