Modeling a Car Body “Class A Blends in Alias” (Updated)


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Info. on Courses:

“Course #1”.

6 Months website access to all website based video tutorials, 167 Euros (200 USD equivalent Nov.2011)

“Course #2”.

167 Euros (200 USD equivalent Nov.2011) per month. You get your .wire reviewed by me every 15 days and you will receive : feedback, instruction, tips and advice from me personally. Access to all videos including my ” Private Student Training Videos”. You will build at least 3 complete automotive exteriors. The course also includes an intensive Reverse Engineering section, which required by most employers.

“Course #3”.

Fast Track Full Pro. “One to One” Course with weekly reviews and coaching 250 Euros (USD. 300 approx. Nov. 2011) per month. One to One Private tuition. You will receive specific geometry and meshes and modeling from me personally where required, to help you to complete your exteriors quickly to an Industry entry level standard. This means a bigger investment, but once in an Alias modeling job you will get back what you invested many times over and be able to work anywhere in the world

For more info,

Just register on my website and I’ll send you all the details
www.learningalias.co.uk

USA:

If you are in the USA, just register and login, then go to Profile and you can pay your subscription with your US credit card. Absolutely no extra charges for currency conversion.

Regards

Graham Bullock B.Ed.(CNAA)Des.Tech.

Building a Class A Blend from Side Glass (theoretical surface) to Shoulder surface

A lot of students find building perfect blends very difficult, so I would like to address this today. I tend to use square srfs. for this type of chain blend. The FFB tool is very powerful, but it is rarely capable of building a complex blend, which has to meet Class A spec.

The following video explains how to build bettter blends

Enjoy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhYhtWpe1b4

If you would like to learn how to model these difficult areas, just sign up on my website

 

www.learningalias.co.uk

and follow the video tutorials.

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