- Create 3D printed model.
- Model scale to be within 5x5x2″
- Keep the model under $50.
- Bring the model to next class.
- Take 2+ photos of the model and upload images to your page.
Halftone in practice PSD
A. Halftone filter
- Open one of your field image files in Photoshop
- Image – Image Size – Change Resolution to 300 / Change Width to 1200
- Image – Mode – Grayscale
- Image – Level – Change your image until darkest area is about 50% gray
- Image – Brightness and Contrast – Brighten image
- Filter – Blur – Gaussian Blur – 3pt
- Filter – Pixelate – Color Halftone – Max Radius 25 – Everything else 0
- If the circles are overlapping, go back to step 4 and 5, and make the image lighter
B. Draw Path
- Select – Color Range – Click on Black area – Ok
- Window – Path – Path Option – Make work path – Tolerance 2.0
- File – Export – Paths to Illustrator
Halftone in Practice Rhino
- Import the illustrator file
- Rebuild – 4 segments – 3 degree curve
- Scale to fit in 10×10″ bounding box
- Laser Score
- CNC Milling
- Vacuum Forming
- 3D Printing
Create Vacuum form model for your halftone model