Reverse Engineering Alias Automotive

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The role of the Automotive Modeler includes Technically Surfacing Polygonal Meshes

using Bezier Surfaces to a tolerance of < 1.00 mm, as this is something you will be questioned about at interview, it has become a vital skill-set to have for candidates wishing to get into the Automotive Industry.

Practical Surfacing Tests at Interview

It is now common place for students attending Alias Entry Level Interviews to be given a Mesh and asked to surface it within say 1 working day. this is not a simple task, as it tests so many aspects of your Alias modeling ability. To be able to surface even a simplified exterior mesh in 5-8 hours, is only possible if you have completed an extensive course on this area of modeling and also put in IMHO. around 100 hours of practice with a good teacher (200 hours would be better)

Such is the demand by employers for candidates to be proficient at Revese Engineering, that all my students now do a course on this prior to attending any interviews.

I am currently teaching Mesh to Nurbs skills to very qualified graduates in Engineering and Transport Design literally world wide. However not all my students are graduates. I have some very talented modelers, who have not attended university

Here is a sample video to give you a flavor of the course


Info. on Courses:

“Course #1”.

6 Months website access to all website based video tutorials, 167 Euros (225 USD equivalent Nov.2013)

“Course #2”.

167 Euros (225 USD equivalent Nov.2013) 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. 338 approx. Nov. 2013) 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


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.


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

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3 Responses to Reverse Engineering Alias Automotive

  1. Do I need to be graduate at university to work with it in a big company?
    Andreson Tianth´s last blog post ..Evernote

  2. Hi, To work in a major OEM it is a lot easier to get a job if you are a uni graduate, but if you study with LearninAlias, you will get a diploma and transcript of your course. With a diploma, you can find a contract job through a recruiting agency.
    kind regards

  3. As you are a young guy, it would be possible to get into a small satellite studio once you have say 18 months Alias study under your belt, but you would have to have a Transportation Design B.A. to get into a large OEM.



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