In a bid to expand my 3D design and printing capabilities I have this week been learning a new piece of software and thought that it would be nice to share this journey with you.
The software in question is Hexagon 2.5 and at the time of creating this blog post, it is being offered for free – everyone’s favourite price.
It is made by the same team that make DAZ3D that you may have seen me talk about in this blog post … My First 3D Scene Creation Made With Daz3D
After downloading and installing it, I had a quick hunt around for a couple of tutorials and quickly got the hang of things. A lot quicker than I have any other 3D design software of this complexity and I was soon cobbling together a range of different things.
Having liked the spiral vase designs that I have seen online and in the studios, at Create and Craft TV, I decided to have a go at designing one for myself.
I ended up creating several versions as you can see in the gallery below.
To better show you the process, rather than just waffle on here, I have put together a short video showing the process from start to finish. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it!
What do you think? Pretty neat eh?
Anyway, time to crack on with more video making so I will leave you to your day.
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Bye for now and see you next time.