Hey, that’s the best looking Rhino training so far – I love the logo!
Thanks Adam, please share and enjoy!
Hi! this is the first time i’m visiting your website. i appreciate your work a lot. but, i have a small doubt here. Basically the softwares used in the production differ from studio to studio. isn’t it a problem learning only ‘rhino’ by skipping other popular 3d softwares such as 3dsmax or MAYA ?! waiting for your reply! thanks in advance. and BTW the logo is ,indeed , best logo i’ve ever seen, 🙂
Hi Lewis! You are absolutely correct. From studio to studio the software changes. The point here isn’t to define what people should ultimately use but more to make sure we are all on the same page when I’m doing the lessons. There are plenty of sites out there that offer the “how-to” from software to software. This site isn’t about that. It’s about the “why”. The point is to take the ideas and concepts and ultimately use Rhinoceros as a stepping stone of sorts. I hope that helps clarify. It seems to be a sticking point for a lot of people. I’ve built this site as, more or less, a foot in the door for people who’ve never touched 3D modeling. And thanks about the logo! 🙂 \
yeah! it makes sense to me now. Thanks! i’ll start your lessons right now itself!!
Good luck! And don’t hesitate to ever ask any questions. I or others on the site are super helpful in getting each other out of little modeling problems. 🙂
Thanks for such a warm welcome! I find these videos very helpful. I wanted to share these videos with my friends, Do you mind if i do so ? I don’t know the ground rules here. >:(
Of course! You can find the terms and conditions of site use here. Feel free to share links and you can even embed the video on other sites. If you want to learn further and in more depth on a particular topic, you can always check out our store.
Hi- Great find this site is! I have been using Rhino for some years now- learned the basics in school in Milan but have since developed my own way of using it- I am an Industrial designer in Iceland now and speed is my best friend so my own techniques of using the software might not necessarily be the best ways- I have just grown used to them. So I am interested in purchasing some of your tutorials but I am not sure from which point, as I am far from a beginner but also far from an expert- I have seen alot and in the past used many commands that I have gradually stopped using (forgot how) and find my own ways to build what I am trying to create but think that I have reached an endpoint and should now learn more advanced stuff. So this huge comment was simply to ask you where you think I should start?
My recommendation is to start with Sketch to Model or Surfacing. If you are feeling really amped up, you might want to consider purchasing “The Essentials”.
My lengthy reply insinuates that the best place to start is at the beginning. 🙂
No but seriously, if you are a seasoned user of the software, Sketch to Model is probably the best bet for relearning some of the old tips and tricks and then maybe move onto Surfacing.
Thanks so much for the support!
Thx for the webinar today. Just a quick thought for you. I’ve been pestering the folks over at TDM Solutions about a more structured tutorial for Clayoo through Infiniteskills but after your webinar today – which I thoroughly enjoyed because of the pacing and structure … Let’s cut to the chase: a TDM developer said they would look into my suggestion so if you were to come up with a training package for them, I’m sure that it would be a win win for you and for them. BTW, your presentation beats the snot out of Infiniteskills Rhino training and they are not too shabby themselves 🙂 — Alan
Hi Alan! Thanks so much for the praise! 🙂
Maybe we can work something out? Please shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s discuss this idea further.
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