Layer by Layer – Making Fallout 4 Pip-boy 3000 MKIV
In this tutorial, we’re taking a look at using sculpt tools in Fusion 360 to make organic designs for enclosures. I’m currently working on modeling a Pip boy 3000 MK IV to 3D print for a Raspberry Pi and an Adafruit 3.5″ PiTFT.
I thought I’d take a piece from the design to show you how to use the tools in the sculpting environment to create some interesting shapes for enclosures.
Let me know in the comments if you have any questions. Do you like these longer tutorials? or I should make them shorter? Thanks for watching!
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