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Bottle with Twist

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I was wondering about doing twists on a Pepsi bottle.

Used warp and found it is a good way to do a drill bit!! Maybe with the right settings?

I would think Axial but I'm having a hard time getting anything to line up. 

Maybe use splines and a shape to remove a groove......as close as a I can place the splines all the way around?

Any ideas?

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Sculp the bumps of the bottle vertical.

Then use the pose tool to twist it.

 

Take a look at 3:20 min, how i use the pose tool for that.

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It helps to have the hexagon shape first or more sided. Than trying to add indents like I was thinking. Da on my part!!

 

The pose tool does work good but I got the shape going with "Warp and Twist". Thx..

 

Not quite sure how to get the spacing in between each section though. It won't be exactly the same because it will have thinner ridges. Good for now!!

 

 

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May as well post it. The twists turned out ok. Very simple!

Learned something anyways. It is still in pieces, needs smoothing and a neck piece.

I have other models I'm working on for practice. 

So rendering as a low poly with some words another time.

 

 

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This another example of why we need axial symmetry...the Axial tool isn't the same thing, so we need to be able to sculpt in up to 3 dimensions.

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