Course by: Dave Schultze
Skill Level – Beginner + Intermediate
Duration – 3h 33m 19s
Released on – January 23, 2020
Rhino is an advanced 3D modeling tool used in architecture and industrial design. In this course, you can learn tips and techniques for a modeling process to make complex forms from simpler forms: from curves to surfaces. Instructor Dave Schultze starts with his intersection technique for quickly building and changing models. Then he proceeds through a variety of modeling projects that showcase some of Rhino’s most powerful commands, from building a space helmet with Rail Revolve, to modeling a fabric cape from smaller curves and a loft, to building a realistic 3D gear. Plus, learn tips for organic modeling and adding details to curved surfaces.
Dave Schultze is an industrial designer and notorious 3D geek.
As an industrial designer, he has developed products for Microsoft, LG, Umbra, and Hasbro. He has won multiple industrial design awards and his work has been recognized in media coverage worldwide. Most recently, his “Philco PC” concept computer was featured in more than 20 magazines. Dave is a dedicated educator who has taught a 3D visualization class at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles for the last 10 years. In recognition of his unique design, technical, and communication skills, Dave has been contracted by Fortune 500 manufacturers to inspire their staff and train them in the latest 3D tools.
Skills covered in this course
- Rhino 3D
- 3D Design
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What they do
University Professor, Industrial Designer, Software Developer, Technology Manager, and School Teacher
Where they work
- Army National Guard
- Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
- The University of Texas at Austin
- Tufts University