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I am...

...in a different capacity.

We are hoping someone will chip in.

Indeed you are. While we both have our strengths, we are looking for someone who's strengths include making 3d drawings.
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Here's the difference between modeling and rendering.

Modeling is to create the 3D parts and put them together in an assembly.
Rendering is to take an existing 3D model and add a background and lighting effects to illustrate a real-world scenario. (If you ever see a picture in the newspaper of a proposed building to be constructed, that is a rendering.)


I generally use Pro-E for my modeling (haven't gotten into rendering yet) since I find professional modeling packages more intuitive than Google Sketchup; however, there are no databases for PC parts modeled in Pro-E (like there are for Sketchup) so that means having to create everything from scratch. The other downside is if you want to share the models with someone else they're not very likely to have a program to open/view them and see the dimensions
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Here's the difference between modeling and rendering.

Modeling is to create the 3D parts and put them together in an assembly.
Rendering is to take an existing 3D model and add a background and lighting effects to illustrate a real-world scenario. (If you ever see a picture in the newspaper of a proposed building to be constructed, that is a rendering.)


I generally use Pro-E for my modeling (haven't gotten into rendering yet) since I find professional modeling packages more intuitive than Google Sketchup; however, there are no databases for PC parts modeled in Pro-E (like there are for Sketchup) so that means having to create everything from scratch. The other downside is if you want to share the models with someone else they're not very likely to have a program to open/view them and see the dimensions
Well I don't need the background and stuff, I just want the model with the ability for Syrillian and I to see dimensions. +rep for the explanation.
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just opened your thread... too bad i have 2 sleep by now (have 2 work tomorrow), give me until tomorrow night, ill do your stuff.
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just opened your thread... too bad i have 2 sleep by now (have 2 work tomorrow), give me until tomorrow night, ill do your stuff.
Cool, I look forward to what you come up with.
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I'm hoping to get a case for a future system. It will house a mini itx board. I have some sketches in paint, and I'd like to work with you guys to make it 3D. Here is what I have so far:



My more "mature" sketches. Note that in the bottom part, there should be room for an optical drive:



And I would like this handle over the top fan. I would like the left and top panel joined and hinged at the point where the top and right panel meet. If you need any clarification, just ask. TIA, and all help will be rewarded. I lost my sketch of the mobo tray, so I'll post that later.

EDIT: Here are the dimensions on the mobo tray:



I'm pretty sure that that everything but the top and left panel that are hinged wiill be blue acrylic. Those two panels will be red acrylic.
it would be easier for me to understand if could label your sketches above like front elevation, rear, right side etc.... by now i really cant understand your sketches. i cant encode it to CAD if you only give me this type of sketches. so please make it simple for me to understand your drawing.
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it would be easier for me to understand if could label your sketches above like front elevation, rear, right side etc.... by now i really cant understand your sketches. i cant encode it to CAD if you only give me this type of sketches. so please make it simple for me to understand your drawing.
I am about to leave to go watch the US Open, but I will revise my sketches later today.
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I'm about to sound really stupid, but what's the difference?
Rending is the process of outputting the model to a file/stream. Modeling is the actual creation of the 3D model!
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Here's the difference between modeling and rendering.

Modeling is to create the 3D parts and put them together in an assembly.
Rendering is to take an existing 3D model and add a background and lighting effects to illustrate a real-world scenario. (If you ever see a picture in the newspaper of a proposed building to be constructed, that is a rendering.)
*snip*
Thank you radodrill, I was unaware of the definition difference.

+

...and you too AMD+nVidia
Edited by Syrillian - 6/14/08 at 8:49am
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I am about to leave to go watch the US Open, but I will revise my sketches later today.
woohoo tenis!

This is probably going to sound really lame, but I am most used to Hammer Map Editor from Valve Software. It is used to create maps (levels) for Source Engine based games from Valve. I think you could use Sketch-up though, as it has an easy way to share creations.
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