Project 1 and 2 Review

In this short presentation, we will go over again the tools you have learned from Projects 1 and 2 (Architecture and Lego Brick)

Overview of Camera Tools

The Camera Tools

Please identify which tools are related to the Camera

Drag and Drop the Appropriate Tool to the Tool Type it matches with
  • Camera Tool: Allows the user to spin their view around the object
    Orbital
  • Camera Tool: Allows for dragging the Camera Left, Right, Up and Down
    Pan
  • Camera Tool: Allows the user to bring the camera cloder or farthr away from the object
    Zoom

Match the tool with the icon it represents: This is the icon for the orbital tool

Match the tool with the icon it represents: This is the icon for the Pan tool

Match the tool with the icon it represents: This is the icon for the Zoom tool

Overview of Shape Tools

The Shape Tools

Match the Tool's Function

  • Rectangle Tool
    Allows for the creation of 4 sided 2D shapes
  • Line Tool
    Allows us to draw straight lines through an object or shape
  • Push/Pull Tool
    Teansform 2D objects into 3D objects
  • Paint Bucket
    Add textures to an object or shape
  • Pointer Tool
    Allows you to select objects or shapes
  • Offset Tool
    That answer is not listed

Does this tool do that?

  • The Line tool allows us to cut objects into section
  • The rectangle tool allows us to draw any type of shape
  • The paint bucket allows us to only paint colors
  • The offset tool would let us create an exact copy of a shape
  • We use the measuring tape to resize objects

Scenario Quiz

Example Questions

Began with the Rectangle tool to create the rectangle

Then used the push pull tool to make the 2D rectangle into a 3D cube

Practice Scenarios

Next, we will answer some questions about the process you will take toward accomplishing some goals. Look at the next slide as an example. You will see 2 pictures and you will need to identify what tools are needed to accomoplish the goal

Scenario 1: Roof Creation

  • Push Pull rectangle into a 3D cube
  • Select line tool
  • Drag line tool across edge to find the midpoint of the line
  • Create line splitting top face of cube into two parts
  • Select Move tool
  • Click the midpoint line with the Move tool
  • Press the "Up Arrow Key" on the keyboard
  • Move the midpoint line up and create the roof
We are creating the roof for our simple house. List the steps from creating the cube to executing the roof creation in order

Scenario 2: Measuring the Lego Brick

  • Select the rectangle tool
  • begin creating the rectangle
  • while clicked, enter the correct measurements
  • Press ENTER on the keyboard
  • Use the measuring tape to ensure the length of the 2D shape is correct
  • Select the push pull tool and click on the shape
  • while clicked, enter 9.6mm on the keyboard and press ENTER
  • Use the measuring tape to ensure the length of the 3D shape is correct
We are creating the Lego Brick object. Here, we are going to make sure it is measured exactly 31.8mm by 15.8mm