Schippersvlet

DELFTship forum Hull modeling Schippersvlet

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    • #33728
      AvatarPieter Klein
      Participant

      I’ve been trying to draw the hull of a Dutch ‘Schippersvlet’.

      I’m almost satisfied, except for the crease in the middle of the front part of the boat, but if you like to have the design, you may.
      (English is NOT my native language) [file name=vlet.fbm size=108382]http://www.delftship.net/delftship/media/kunena/attachments/legacy/files/vlet.fbm[/file]

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    • #33729
      AvatarMICHAEL KERR
      Participant

      Hi,
      I haven’t see your file yet but you could change the precision of your model to Highest first and see what effect that has.
      Mike

    • #33732
      AvatarMarven
      Keymaster

      You can remove the crease as follows:

      1. Make sure the control net is visible.
      2. Set your view to top view
      3. Make sure the two front most points of each row of controlpoints have the same X and Z coordinate.

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    • #33733
      AvatarPieter Klein
      Participant

      I haven’t see your file yet but you could change the precision of your model to Highest first and see what effect that has.

      You mean “subdivide controlnet”. That doesn’t make much difference.

      Make sure the two front most points of each row of controlpoints have the same X and Z coordinate.

      That’s it (almost)! I think I have to add a few more controlpoints.
      Thanks!

      btw.
      The design is based on a 70 years old ‘schippersvlet’.

    • #33734
      AvatarMarven
      Keymaster

      I’m familiar with that type of boat.
      Very sturdy and characteristic!

    • #33740
      AvatarPieter Klein
      Participant

      I still can’t find the right way to do it. It’s very hard to get the right shape when you add extra edges and controlpoints….

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