In this series, you will learn how to work with CAD by following easy projects. Use only simple commands to build almost anything! For this tutorial, learn how to make a chess set.
How to Model a Chess Set in BricsCAD
Time to complete: 1-2 Hours
Tutorial: Model a Chess Set in BricsCAD
Start by drawing the outline of half a Pawn.
Tip Use use polylines when possible.
Use the Manipulator to copy the outline.
Use these copies as a guide and modify until you have something that looks like this:
Feel free to copy this image into BricsCAD and trace it.
Use DmRevolve to convert the outline into a solid.
Repeat for the other pieces. You should now have something that looks like this:
Create the slot on the Bishop:
To create the battlements on the Rook:
To create the Knight:
For the Queen:
For the King:
(Optional) To finish, add materials and render with the BricsCAD Enscape Integration.
Once you have completed this tutorial to model a chess set you should have something that looks like this.
Get started with this model chess set tutorial in BricsCAD
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