Learn how to create 3D models with touch technology to then 3D Print!
A perfect introductory workshop for applied artists and creative people focussing on what Anarkik 3D Design and 3D printing can offer you.
One day course 11am- 5pm
MAKlab, 30 St Georges Road, Glasgow, G3 6UJ.
16th of October 2015
Tutors: Ann Marie Shillito and Elizabeth Armour
The course will be led by internationally renowned Designer/Maker Ann Marie Shillito; founder and CEO of Anarkik 3D Software and Company. With her expert guidance in using digital technologies as an artist, this course will take you through the steps you need to learn how to 3D model using the latest haptic technology and how to use 3D Printing processes to your advantage.
Assisting tutor is Elizabeth Armour, a designer/maker from Dundee who uses Anarkik 3D’s software to create bold, Contemporary Jewellery pieces.
Introduction: Brief overview followed by swift run through in demo mode to show the interface and main menu features including the advantages of touch and using a ‘3D mouse’.
Get hands on with Anarkik 3D Design package (using Novint’s Falcon haptic device).
Navigation – getting the feel for interacting/creating in a risk free 3D virtual environment.
Working through a structured tutorial – try out all the functions through structured playing and exploring, with individual assistance.
Brief introduction to 3D printing.
Hands on session continuing to work through the tutorial.
There will be an Interactive feedback session to help you identify the next steps, answer your questions plus give you course material to take away with you.
This course will give you practical experience of Anarkik 3D Design and using it to know how easy it is to get into, learn and use, and be creative! We look forward to seeing you there and welcoming you to our workshop.
Here’s how other people have found our courses:
“I came to Edinburgh this beautiful city to study programme “Anarkik 3D Design” and 3D printing in March 2013, and I have to say, Ann really helped me to understand the processes of 3D printing. And I found the programme Anarkik 3D Design very helpful, especially as the programme is built particularly for artists like me – I found it much easier to create an object in 3D.”
Wilson P.K -Fashion Design Student
Anarkik 3D Design is a highly intuitive piece of software so it doesn’t take long to get to grips with the basics and from there you can start having some fun. Also Ann Marie’s enthusiasm for all things 3D printed is catching, you’ve been warned, and now I just can’t wait to get started. Thanks for a great session.”
Laura van Weegen