SOLIDWORKS Rose Tutorial – Part 4

Are you tired of getting the same old bouquet of roses for that special someone in your life? We suggest our fellow SOLIDWORKS users try something a little different by modeling this rose for that special someone. It will be a gift that shouts, “Hey, I care about you so much that I learned SOLIDWORKS Surface modeling just for you. And like my love for you, this version of the rose will last forever.”

Welcome to the final part of our series where we are spreading some surfacing love by showing you how to model this rose in SOLIDWORKS. We are going to wrap up our series by modeling a thorn using the Boundary Surface, Extend Surface, and Filled Surface tools. We’ll also run through creating a random patter in the Curve Driven Pattern Tool. Lastly, we will drop in a few custom appearances to give this rose some color.

While real roses are beautiful, they don’t last forever. Fortunately for us, roses made in SOLIDWORKS will! Whether you’re looking for a gift that will stand the test of time or just want to improve your surface modeling skills, the SOLIDWORKS Rose Tutorial Series is for you!

Can’t wait for the next video? View all of the tutorials on the playlist here.

Do you have a green thumb for growing SOLIDWORKS Roses? Share your creations with us in the comments below! As always, thanks for watching!

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