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For the second day of our 12 days of Christmas blog posts – we have created a jingle bell. To create this jingle bell, knowledge of surfacing techniques is desirable but not necessary as it is straight forward enough for you to follow along with the video tutorial. Features such as wrap are used to wrap the sketch for the cut the details from the bottom of the bell along with sweep operations.


Watch the Video Tutorial:

Modelling Overview:

Step One:
Create the revolved profile on the front plane and generate a revolved surface

Step Two:
Using an offset plane, create a sketch for the bell opening

Step Three:
the sketch onto the revolved surface

Step Four:
Carry out a series of surface offsets and thicken the desired surface

Step Five:
the ring typically used to hang the jingle bell

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