88424 Rhino 3D
IntArch Elective July 2018

88424 July_Rhino 3D – Nikola Kovac

9-20th July 2018

Suitable for 2nd + 3rd year students with basic grasp of Rhino

This subject will cover curve to NURBS based modelling techniques using Rhinoceros 3D, and is suitable to students with an entry level understanding of Rhino. The course will begin with a brief review of Rhinoceros essentials, establishing integral workflow fundamentals, before exploring more advanced 3D manipulation techniques. These skills will be applied to the realm of interior spatial design, where students will become well-versed in working between highly articulated 3D models and their 2D representations. We will focus on turning our Rhino models into fabrication ready items for laser cutting, 3D printing and explore other fabrication methodologies. Students will then learn to pair Rhinoceros with other design packages like Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and VRAY to post produce their work in a time-efficient manner. By the end of the course, students will become comfortable in quickly and freely representing their design ideas in future academic and professional scenarios.

The course is structured around 6 x 6 hour sessions, with a gap day in between to allow students to consolidate their knowledge, complete homework and catch up before commencing a new topic:

9am-4pm Monday 9th July – Basic to Advanced 2D Drafting
9am-4pm Wednesday 11th July – 3D Modeling Fundamentals
9am-4pm Friday 13th July – Advanced 3D Modeling
9am-4pm Monday 16th July – Model Making Techniques: Laser Cutting, 3D Printing and CNC Milling
9am-4pm Wednesday 18th July – Graphic Post Production
9am-4pm Friday 20th July – Vray Rendering


Please contact Nikola Kovac for more information Nikola.Kovac@uts.edu.au