FIGURE 117: Both wings have been added to the bunny
Now, rotate your view so that you are looking at the
left shoulder of the bunny. Hold your left mouse
button down on the shoulder area, and while
keeping the left mouse button down, start moving
back and forth in a line as in #fig10_6. If you spend a
bit more time in the center than you do at the edges,
you will be slowly building up a wing on the bunny.
Once you have drawn one wing, rotate your view to
the other shoulder with the right mouse button, and
“draw” another wing so that your bunny can prop-
erly fly as shown in Figure 11-7.
ADDING SUPPORT STRUCTURES
We talked about the need for support structures in
A Note on Sculpting
Many sculpting commands (including the Draw
command) will build toward you, in other words
toward the viewpoint from which you are looking
at the model. So, as you are “drawing” the bunny’s
wing, it might seem as if nothing is happening…
but if you rotate around, you will see that the wing
is being “drawn” toward you.
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