CDPUG Logo Assembles Itself in Three Dimensions
Think 3D is only for monster movies like Godzilla? Think again.
Ron Skoczen, a Cleveland area graphics professional who specializes in 2D & 3D technical illustrations, has been experimenting with the CDPUG logo. Here are a few samples of his work.
With a little bit of tweaking to make sure all the cubes were touching and connected, the model is then exported to a .stl file and ready to go to 4D Parts Direct for output.
With the aid of ArtSmart (video), a free plugin developed by Adobe and Maxon, it is easily imported into C4D with colors and layers intact and extrusion automatically applied.
To create the random pile of cubes on the bottom of the model a cloner object with a dynamic tag was created and the cubes were allowed to fall into a pile to form a base.
The animated cube video is seen here on You Tube http://youtu.be/gWLf3oviwsY This video is short and fast so plan on watching it more than once
More Information contact:
Ron Skoczen, President
Skoczen Studios www.skoczenstudios.com
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