Release date:2022, May
Duration:23 h 59 m
I have taught Rhino for the last seven years at the university at a Master’s level for people interested in transportation and product design. I used Rhino for 20 years and worked as an industrial designer in the aerospace industry for one of the largest aircraft manufacturers in the world for the last 17 years.
In the first few weeks, I will show you how to get around in Rhino 3D and use essential 2D and 3D tools.
From then on, I will share how you can edit and modify surfaces to add more significant details. As we progress through the lessons, you will learn how to render with the basic Rhino render, followed by quick examples using industry-standard rendering plug-ins like Maxwell Render.
Finally, towards the end of the course, I will show you how to fix corrupted surfaces from imported files and initiate you to reverse engineering techniques based on a scanned clay model.
Overall, the course contains ten weeks of sessions. Each lecture is about 2 hours and 30 minutes long. I’ll also make many demos that are simple to follow and understand. These exercises will be made available for you to follow.
Even though my tutorials are done on the v5 version, those who wish to use the V6 version will be fine following along.
Also, remember to follow me on Facebook, as I regularly communicate new exercises, announcements, and projects done with Rhino to my students. Could you look me up on Facebook for Rhino 3D tutorials, Alexandre Galin?
Whether you’re an industrial designer, architect, interior designer, engineer, technician, or hobbyist, I can help you grow.
So, I hope you’ll tag along.