SUBD Challenge 5!

Nice to see this project again, Kyle. I’m so rusty on T-Splines, that I’m looking forward to the tutorial. Sure glad Rhino picked up the baton!

John

This one was fun but got away from me a bit and turned into a 4hr build…

BUT… I’m happyish with how it came out…could be better in several areas (insert overly critical designer nitpicking sequence) , but that would have been a full day build to make it “done” so I decided to pull the plug at this point and hope that there are some useful insights to be gained by watching me beat on it -

Speaking of rusty, T-Splines had a pretty nice set of video tutorials. Is Rhino planning on the same for SUBD?

if onnnnnnly rhino now had the guy that used to do those… >casually points to self<

:sunglasses:

(non sarcastic answer: yes, we are going to be doing lots of those…if you remember I did the iron for tsplines way back when…thus this challenge)

Good news, Kyle. Looking forward to those very much. Thank you.

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Another day with time to spare… here’s a 60’s inspired iron for ya:

All subd except the cord which is a curve with curvepiping.



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Old coal iron in 10’

all sub-d and cagedit good result

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Nice! That’s an good era for inspiration :grinning:

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Here is a time lapse of my entire build… it was about a 2:47 min total model, but I sped it up so it goes by in under 30 min.

I love what you all did with this one! keep it up!!
-Kyle

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awesome!!

that is very cool!! I love the styling! You are seeing the power and especially the speed of subd now!!

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Hi All
So not an iron as such, but a quick sketch of a garment steamer concept. Pain points were mainly my own lack of sub-d experience, so getting the ridge along the edge right took too long, but I learned a lot. Still a lot of details missing, but I think I’ll leave it here for now - it’s great fun doing these challenges @theoutside - keep’em coming :slight_smile: And shut lines on Sub-D’s are great - easy to add little details quickly. Now McNell just need to squash the “can’t hide objects with shut lines without recalculating the whole thing”-bug mentioned in another thread.

-Jakob

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Let’s hope grandma doesn’t use it next to the phone, or her ear might get burned if someone calls :smile:

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This is you!!

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Awesome work!! keep it up!!

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@theoutside
I’m not quite sure what to make of being compared to Murray’s “Bob Wiley” character - hopefully you (or anybody else, for that matter) won’t go full Richard Dreyfuss and plot to kill me because I’m an annoying neurotic :crazy_face:
I need to find and rewatch What About Bob!
-Jakob

ha! no… just tapping into Bob’s unbridled enthusiasm about doing something new! no sinister implications intended or implied- :wink:

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@Normand I just noticed that it was you who modelled that phone in sub-d too… haha, that didn’t occur to me before now… Great work on both models!

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@Holo
That’s funny! I was sure it was meant as a reference to that :smiley: I must admit the resemblance did occur to me as I posted it, but not until that second. It was actually this one that got me started on the garment steamer - not the Ericofone! I guess the orange colour doesn’t help though (it’s the default material in my template file).
-Jakob
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Late to the party…





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awesome!!