In this class we will cover multiple workflow paths, moving Alias SpeedForm conceptual data and evolving it into technically clean surfaces in Alias software. Starting with the Alias SpeedForm model, we will investigate what it looks like and the pros and cons of using this data directly. Then we will look at techniques to augment the data to cleaner surfaces. Finally we will use mesh-modeling techniques to work off the shape. One of the techniques we will use is scan data workflow. Students will gain a better practical understanding of how to move Alias SpeedForm data into Alias software.
- Discover output types from Alias SpeedForm and how they work in Alias
- Discover the practical use of native T-Spline data in Alias
- Discover the practical use of augmented surfaces in Alias
- Learn the practical use of mesh and scan data workflows to develop Alias SpeedForm surfaces
Rex Sellentine is responsible for technical marketing for the Automotive Team at Autodesk, Inc. Rex has worked in the automotive sector and been involved in visualization for more than 20 years, and he has spent more than 10 years working with industrial design, rendering, and visualization. Rex can also muster up a mean Revit software family. Rex takes this strong industry knowledge into practical use of Alias software, Alias SpeedForm software, VRED software, and Studio Wall software.