iLogic Tutorial for the iDrawer – 01

iLogic Tutorial – 01 – Creating the Base Rigging Sketch

With both lines constrained to the Center Point, you should have something that looks like the image below needing two dimensions according to the status bar in the lower right corner. If you zoom out a bit and drag the end of any line, the other end should move at the same rate.

iLogic Tutorial for the iDrawer Page One Image 01 - Skeletal Rigging

If everything looks good, draw a Rectangle around the crossing lines to look like this…

iLogic Tutorial for the iDrawer Page One Image 02 - iLogic Rectangle

Now use the Coincident constraint again to connect the centers of the top and left lines to the nearest line end…

iLogic Tutorial for the iDrawer Page One Image 03 - Coincident Constraints

 

…which will make your sketch look like the one below, and it will state that there are two dimensions in the status bar.

iLogic Tutorial for the iDrawer Page One Image 04 - Fully Constrained

Make all of the lines construction geometry by window selecting everything then clicking on the Construction tool in the Format panel. The last thing to do on this sketch is to add the Drawer_Width and Drawer_Depth parameters to the front and side as shown below.

iLogic Tutorial for the iDrawer Page One Image 05 - Compleated Rigging

The status should now show that the sketch is ‘Fully Constrained”.

 

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