Domestika Basics 6 courses

Introduction to Rhinoceros 3D

By Diego Fernández
Industrial Designer and Teacher. San Justo, Argentina.
Joined March 2020
, Industrial Designer and Teacher

Develop an efficient workflow and master the software's essential tools to model with logic and precision

  • Domestika Basics 6 courses Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 99% positive reviews (157)
  • 4275 students

Develop an efficient workflow and master the software's essential tools to model with logic and precision



Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 99% positive reviews (157)
  • 4275 students
  • 40 lessons (7h 9m)
  • 6 courses
  • 23 downloads (17 files)
  • Online and at your own pace
  • Available on the app
  • Audio: Spanish
  • Spanish, English, Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Polish, Dutch
  • Level: Beginner
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Domestika Basics · 6 courses included

Whether it’s aviation or a children's toy, design, model, and construct your ideas with precision using Rhinoceros. This editing program allows you to model multiple designs for a single project and tackle any 3D shape your brain can imagine.

Join teacher and industrial designer Diego Fernández and learn the basics of 3D modeling in this 6-course Domestika Basics. Become proficient in Rhinoceros and develop an efficient workflow you can use in future projects.

Start by reviewing the basic notions of geometry you need to understand Rhino's 3D environment and familiarize yourself with different parts of the program like the interface, work mechanics, and basic functions so you can start modeling.

Next, learn how to work with basic 2D units in Rhino: points, lines, curves, circumference, polygons, etc. Use these elements to create a precise design that acts as a base you can later build your 3D project on top of.

In the third course, learn how to edit the units you already created and lay the groundwork for the upcoming modeling phases. Diego shares some tips on how to streamline your workflow and shows you how to organize your workspace.

In the next course, create surfaces and solids in order to understand the logic involved in Boolean operations. Work with the different surface tools and see how each one is applied to 3D modeling.

At this point, Diego teaches you how to combine the tools you've learned so far to develop your own workflow in Rhinoceros’s 3D environment and have a thorough understanding of the 3D modeling process.

Finally, learn how to present your projects using renders to create a realistic representation of an object’s material composition. Create materials, add images to your models, and find the best perspective for an impressive presentation.

Technical requirements


    ⦁ A computer with a video card compatible with OpenGL 4.1 and 4 GB of video RAM.
    ⦁ Rhinoceros 6 or later.
    ⦁ The 90-day free trial version of Rhinoceros 7
    ⦁ A mouse with a scroll wheel is recommended.


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4275 Students
157 Reviews
99% Positive ratings

Diego Fernández

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Industrial Designer and Teacher

Diego Fernández was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and has made a career out combining his passion for industrial design with teaching. Since 2003, he has been teaching morphology applied to industrial design in the Architecture, Design, and Urban Planning Department at the University of Buenos Aires He also has an impressive portfolio of design work including home and office furniture, advertising architecture and packaging, and toy and candy design.

Diego doesn’t like to be static and is continually developing conceptual and technical tools to improve his work. He subscribes to the idea that professional formation must be consistent, as evidenced by his latest endeavor into digital sculpting.


Content

Course 1: Introduction and Basic Concepts

  • U1

    Welcome

    • Welcome
  • U2

    Installation

    • Installation
  • U3

    Representation systems

    • Representation systems
  • U4

    Rhino environment

    • Rhino environment
  • U5

    Geometry basics

    • Geometry basics
  • U6

    Lines and curves

    • Lines and curves
  • U7

    Work planes, snaps, and display modes

    • Work planes, snaps, and display modes
  • U8

    To practice!

    • To practice!

Course 2: Modeling Units

  • U1

    Welcome

    • Welcome
  • U2

    Points, lines and polylines

    • Points, lines and polylines
  • U3

    Curves

    • Curves
  • U4

    Circles, ellipses and arcs

    • Circles, ellipses and arcs
  • U5

    Rectangles and polygons

    • Rectangles and polygons
  • U6

    Curve tools

    • Curve tools
  • U7

    To practice!

    • To practice!

Course 3: Editing Tools

  • U1

    Welcome

    • Welcome
  • U2

    Join, divide, cut, explode

    • Join, divide, cut, explode
  • U3

    Groups

    • Groups
  • U4

    Transformations

    • Transformations
  • U5

    Checkpoints

    • Checkpoints
  • U6

    To practice!

    • To practice!

Course 4: Surfaces, Solids, and Boolean Operations

  • U1

    Welcome

    • Welcome
  • U2

    Generative units, operations and systems

    • Generative units, operations and systems
  • U3

    Surfaces and solids

    • Surfaces and solids
  • U4

    The operations between solids

    • Boolean operations
  • U5

    Curves from objects

    • Curves from objects
  • U6

    Editing surfaces

    • Editing surfaces
  • U7

    To practice!

    • To practice!

Course 5: The 3D Modeling Process

  • U1

    Welcome

    • Welcome
  • U2

    Understanding the views of the object

    • Understanding the views of the object
  • U3

    Efficiency in the design of the drawing

    • Efficiency in the design of the drawing
  • U4

    Drawing of the views

    • Drawing of the views
  • U5

    Raising the drawing to 3 dimensions

    • Lifting the drawing to three dimensions
  • U6

    To practice!

    • To practice!

Course 6: Previewing

  • U1

    Welcome

    • Welcome
  • U2

    Materials

    • Materials
  • U3

    Maps

    • Maps
  • U4

    Looking for the best point of view of the object

    • Looking for the best point of view of the object
  • U5

    Project presentation

    • Project presentation
  • U6

    To practice!

    • To practice!

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About Domestika Basics

Domestika Basics is a series of courses focused on teaching the most commonly used software by creative professionals worldwide.
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Learn with the best Domestika teachers through practical lessons, tons of resources, and a progressive difficulty that'll allow you to see results from day one.

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Introduction to Rhinoceros 3D. 3D, Animation, Architecture, and Spaces course by Diego Fernández

Introduction to Rhinoceros 3D

By Diego Fernández
Industrial Designer and Teacher. San Justo, Argentina.
Joined March 2020
  • 99% positive reviews (157)
  • 4275 students