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Old 07-07-2003, 09:34 PM   #1
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Hello friends !

1st: Thank you very much for this great forum and the great people here - I love it !!!!!!!! :bgreen:


Now, I want to try to model a very simply tire for an old airplane.
It looks so easy, but the way to model seems to bee as not.

What I want to have is that on the tire you can see around a profile.

I´ve tried it with a nurbs torus - and than I´ve inserted more and more isoparms, to get more possibilities for the hull.

hmm, well, my tires looking like gummiballs or round chewinggum: lol:

Which method prefers modelling it a tire?

hmm, thank you soo much for every little hint, help and/or information - sorry for my bad english.


thx
--> the never giving up bernhard

(lol; now I´m addicted in nurbs modelling)
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http://www.fosforus.cjb.net

very basic tutorial on how I make my wheels
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Old 08-07-2003, 09:41 AM   #3
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It works perfectly for me... nice tutorial too!

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Old 08-07-2003, 12:59 PM   #5
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wow, wow - great tutorial, that stuff will help me perfectly I think.

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juhuuuuuuuuuu,

thank you soo mch,
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cool i'm glad
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