VECTRIC 2D & 2.5D DESIGN
File Operation and Vector Creations are explored
The design portion of this class explains in detail the creation, modification and combining of each of the vector creation tools.
Transform and Edit Tools
Also covered in depth are the Transform, Edit, Align and Offset & Layout tools. Drawing tab icons are covered one by one with all options explained. Information and methodology pertinent to woodworkers, sign makers and artists are covered.
Whether you’re making signs for the local restaurant or a creating a gift for a close friend, you’re making art.
And there’s a lot to consider in making the best item possible.
Design layout, Geometrical perspective, positive space vs. negative space, the size and choice of fonts, colour selection, which material to use,,,and the list goes on.
This portion of the seminar will offer insight and ideas on what to do and how to make informed choices when it comes to designing your work.
Aspire Basics,,,from the beginning.
What’s a component,
How to make a component.
What happens if you combine components…
This class sets the foundation for vector modification and model creation using Aspire.
It is the intro to the Modeling Tools and offers users the knowledge to step up into 3-D modeling of their own designs.
The Vectric Design and Toolpath classes are user participation classes taught by two instructors using a “left brain – right brain” tag team approach that should leave no attendee wanting. Attendees are asked to bring problematic files.
Vector creation, transform and toolpath options available in Cut2D are an exact subset of those in VCarve Pro & Aspire and are taught together. The 2D & 2.5D Classes are a required prerequisite to all Aspire Classes.
Version 8.5 of V-Carve and Aspire will be used throughout these sessions.
- Date:January 26, 2017
- Time:8:30 am
- Event:Philadelphia, PA