Session 4C | May 09, 2016
I like it. In searching for the final form I would suggest:
– Main priority is to maintain the smoothness of the form.
– Try to make the angle between the “main body” and the “handle” as pronounced as you can without disturbing the smoothness of the form. (See “A” in my sketch to see what angle I’m talking about)
– Try to distort cage in a direction perpendicular to handle to “lower” the chupete a bit Avoiding making chupete sit symmetrically on the sphere, it should point a bit towards floor to make it more ergonomic for the babies.
By the way, in trying to model the handle, you may find it’s much easier to use RailRevolve than to stretch using CageTransform:
(but maybe I’m wrong, too :))
I’ll try it now! Thank you neko!
I’ve done the modifications althought from the top we can’t see properly the modification of the top part I think from the side it does look more adapted. I hope the curve for the handle is deep enough (I did another attemp that I haven’t uploaded with an even deeper curve but I feel like it broke a little the overall desing)
PS: the object next to it is the container (the pointy corner ir to avoid that the kid sucks on too much product). I wanna start with the pacifier shape this afternonn! I rather do it by parts so in the final we can see the different components
Great, this is really shaping up nicely. Are you going to be able to take photos in studio tomorrow, or the object will not be ready for the photoshoot? At any rate, I suggest you also sketch/plan the photo of the object. I assume you don’t have a baby at your disposal which would be perfect for the photoshoot, maybe someone has at least a baby doll?
I already 3D printed (i’ll upload the picture once I pick it up at 1). I was plnning to go to madrid this afternoon since I have a little cousin and my uncle has a photo set in his office. I was planning to take the pictures today or tomorrow morning and show them to you tomorrow, does that work?
That sounds absolutely perfect, having a REAL baby and a REAL photo studio!
… just make sure you plan the composition nicely!
and my suggestion is: try different compositions, take many photos. but don’t do it “a lo loco”, think and sketch what compositions you want to try.
also, always take a slightly wider photo than your composition, so you have space to fine-tune the cropping of the photo in Photoshop.
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