Autodesk Alias Tutorials
This 30 minutes video tutorial by Autodesk shows how to create a washout – a combination of two different shapes that flow together – in Alias Automotive 2010.
This video tutorial in Russian shows how to blend the A-pillar and the side panel surfaces in Autodesk Alias Surface.
A 1-hour video tutorial in Russian that explains how to create a fillet surface in Autodesk Alias when modeling a car body.
A video that shows the workflow process for creating a car side view rendering in Alias Studio 2009.
This article covers the basic principles, requirements and concepts associated with class-A surfacing. Includes examples, videos and techniques for creating class a surfaces in Rhino and Alias.
This tutorial explains the main differences between Alias Surface 2011 and Rhino 4.0 with regards to 3D modeling for transportation and product design. Includes a video downloadable by registered users.
A video overview of the new Cross Section tool in Alias 2011, that has consolidated various functions into a single window, that allow to easily create and manage cross sections.
A detailed tutorial that describes how to model water spray in Autodesk Alias software.
This tutorial shows how to model detailed gears and chains in Autodesk Alias software. It can be used when modeling bike gears but also tank tracks or snowmobile tracks.
This tutorial presents examples of typical production workflows using Autodesk Alias software using the tools and interactive features available in Autodesk Alias Surface 2010 and Autodesk Alias Automotive.
A short video tutorial on a new feature of the Ambient Occlusion tool in Autodesk Alias 2011, where users are now prompted to orient all surfaces to face the same in order to save time in the occlusion setup process.
A video tutorial on the Curve Edit – Fit Curve tool in Autodesk Alias 2011. It now allows the fitting of a curve to other types of curves beside section data, inclusing curves on surfaces, trim edges, isoparms and regular curves.
A detailed multi-part video tutorial by Autodesk’s Chris Hall which covers the basics of Alias Design software. Among the covered topics are the user interface, data structure, navigation, picking objects and scene management with layers.
This tutorial describes how to model a 5 spoke alloy wheel using Autodesk Alias, with the goal of creating a quick concept sketch model.
In this tutorial Kerry Kingston gives some ground rules that he applies in his 3D modelling workflow that can be useful to develop a personal Modelling Strategy. To do this he uses a beer pump handle as example.