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3d jewelry rendering ring designs images
Rendering ring designs


Today we are going to talk about this bead setting wireconstruction ring.

Are you ready?

Let's get started! when we start. Wealways want to starting with the ring size. Let's set it up for the diameter for16 millimeter, and then we want to think about how wide these thing isgoing to be. Let me go ahead to use the surface tool, then you have extrudedsurface, and you want to extrude it something like that. This is how wide you want it to be. Then we want to start drawing the curve. I'm gonnause the arc tool, and I gonna starting here, here, and drawing something like this.I mean you can draw something really big or really small. It's up to you, anddepends on how you like those to curve to be. Now we are in the ghost view, wecan kind of see it.
3d jewelry rendering ring designs images
Rendering ring designs

 If you want them to be touched, you might want to get them alittle bit closer. You can make them asymmetrical or whatever that you like. sowe basically get those two curves. Next thing, we wanted to do, we want those twocurves on that surface. So let's go ahead to project this to the surface, and thenwe will get those to curves. We no longer need this original curve, so let's justgo ahead to delete it, and this is what we can see over there. On the bottom, I would like to have it as close as possible, so I'm going to lockmy original one, and I'm gonna quickly draw a straight line right there, andusing that straight line to trim the bottom curve that I don't need. Now I make the bottom open at this point, if you feel like the button is toowide, you can go ahead to make it smaller. Since we project this curve,it has a lot of point right there. We can go ahead and use the rebuild tool,and we'll rebuild it to make it less. so It will be easierto edit. Maybe a little bit less to be 12, As long as the shape is notchanging too much.
3d jewelry rendering ring designs images
Rendering ring designs

 You will be fine, so I'm gonna do the same thing over here.

 Toturn it into 12. Now I can kind of work with it. To make it closer, if Iwant to. For example, turn on the control point, and select those point onthe bottom, and kind of have them come in a little bit more like this. So theywill go in a little bit more right this way. Same thing I can do on the other side is I can move in a little bit, if I do wantthem to come in a little bit closer, so it's up to you about the design that youwanted to do, but I highly encourage you to try a few more times to actually get aflow really well. Now we have the curve roughly going to what we want, we wantto connect those curves back, so I'm going to use the blend command. 

3d jewelry rendering ring designs images
Rendering ring designs

We aregoing to blend the curve from this point to this point, and you can adjust it ifit is too long. I'm going to move it back just a little bit, so it's notoverlapping too much. We gonna do it one more time. This time with this end, andthis end, and again, if it's too much you can kind of move it back. I do want themto overlapping a little bit on the bottom, but I don't want it to be tooextreme. Once everything is done, we are just gonna go ahead to joineverybody. It seems likes a little bit kink overthere, so we are going to rebuild it. Turn it into one big curve so I'm goingto use the commands rebuild, and we want to get a little bit more point. Let's do20 over there, and we'll get the curve like this. It looks nice to me.We're gonna make a ring out of it, but you look at the front view, notice thatit's no longer follow the circle.

3d jewelry rendering ring designs images
Rendering ring designs


 The ring is is no longer rounded.

 What Ilike to do is we're going to do the same thing again, we are going to pick up theoriginals which is our ring size, and I'm going tosurface- extrude- straight like this. Okay and we are going to instead using aproject that we used, we wanted to have the curve from this one and pull it backto this surface, and you can see like it's just a little bit different. We candelete the original one, and keep this one. You can see from the front viewit's back to a circle again. Let's delete this surface. Thisis the curve that we want. so what we need to do now is to creating across-section. I'm gonna set it about 1.7 millimeters stone and I liketo have my ring shank a little bit thicker so I would like to make a coniccorner, and it's about 2 millimeters up 2 mm wide, and two millimeterup and they make it a slightly corner like this, so we are going to use theMove command to move this one from the endpoint or the midpoint, and we want tosnapping into the intersection over there. Now this is what we have.Let's do a test, and see how it goes.

3d jewelry rendering ring designs images
Rendering ring designs

 We're going to use the commands calledsweep one rail, this is the rail, this is the cross section, and then you can haveit go all the way around. Remember you want to turn on the history, if you wantto change you later that will be great. Now we are looking at the bottom.the bottom this seems a little bit too close at this point, what you can do isyou can turn on a control point for curves that we have, and kind of edit thepoint if you want to. Since this is a projected curve, it may not able to be editedsmoothly. You might want to re-project it. Another thing that we can do tofix this bottom looking thing is we can come into the top view, and we wantedto chop it where it has the connection there. So let's go aheadto chop it somewhere around here, and somewhere around theredepends on what's the thickness that you want. 

3d jewelry rendering ring designs images
Rendering ring designs

So we're gonna pick up those two,and we're gonna trim it off anything in between, so let's trim off this one, and also this one. So now we have those two shapes over there.So this is a continual piece. It's hard to trim each other, and there's no split line. The one on the right side, it has a split line over there. We can actuallyexplode it, and now we can pick up both of them, and have them to trim each others. Now they become one piece. We can kindof join it back. From this part, you cannot split into two, so we are justsimply gonna split whatever, so let's go through the top view with thisone. 
3d jewelry rendering ring designs images
Rendering ring designs

We are going to split this one into two, so we are going to use these splitcome in with this curve over there. Now you become two parts. once you'returning into two parts,  we can select both of them, and trim each other for theplace that we don't want. then let's joined back once it is done.Now we got to parts over there. We are going to use the comments calledduplicate edges, and we want to placate this edges and that edges and make surethat you join them together. Now we have this as a cross section, weare going to use the sweep one rail, and this is going to be our rail. We gonnasweep from here to here, so now you can have a section that's much better intoone section over 
3d jewelry rendering ring designs images
Rendering ring designs
3d jewelry rendering ring designs images
Rendering ring designs



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