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    Drawing Project Sok

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    Hello,

    My name is Sietse
    Im from holland, and im 18 years old


    and im going to.. well im going to try to make a 3D
    Boat in Autocad 2007 and afterthat im going to make it.

    Well I can use every kind of help, so please comment on my plans/drawings

    Lets start!


    First picture:



    Its just a start


    Progress so far:
    Last edited by Sietseboskma; 23rd Mar 2009 at 01:54 pm.

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    So start drawing
    am learning basic , that's what you think

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    5 min later..



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    I thought you're making a real boat not a toy

    nice start but

    there's always google, tray it you'll find some great details

    size of the boat, any rooms , if you only have that sketch and want to draw exactly , you should quit when you still can

    you re making you one boat

    first tray with hull of the ship


    this is the thing tray make this http://www.guillemot-kayaks.com/Buil...t/Offsets.html

    start simple, tray to make this one first at the top, you now autocad but need to now something about kayak frst

    at the top http://home.clara.net/gmatkin/design.htm
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    am learning basic , that's what you think

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    Hey Came,

    Ur right, But sinds im kinda new with 3D drawings I think ill just
    make this one for fun and for learning the Cad commands
    And after that ill start drawing a real boat.



    Another picture! I made it from the sketch

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    tray a simple kayak I had post above

    you wont learn anything drawing that thing, draw 3-5 kayak

    learn with them, frst there was kayak, then with sails then a sub

    You're making a sub right now, good luck
    am learning basic , that's what you think

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    Haha

    Ok ill try those links u gave me, thanks!




    Even tho my self esteem dropt by 70%

    Well Im going to bed..

    See you guys tomorrow!
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    I think it would be wiser to start with something a little less complex and work your way up to the boat. Just a suggestion. Welcome to the CADTutor forum.
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    Sounds like an ambitious project! I would certainly start with some easier to get used to commands or you are liable to overwhelm yourself with it.

    Autocad doesnt have as much control over shapes like other packages do but you can still create a great model. I would play around with making the ribs of the boat and using them to loft your hull. I drew one cross section, copied it 3 times and scaled down the two ends by 75% and lofted this(then used the solidedit>body>shell command)

    For something like this you will also want to play around with sweeping and lofting curves along paths and use these surfaces as slicing tools.
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    Thanks Shift1313 u helped me alot!



    Little update I threw away the sketch and made a side/down/under view. Now im going to make the.. Don't know how you call it in english ''spanten'' in dutch.

    by the way, Im not really good at english, so if you see me writing misstakes please tell me



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