Introduction: JJBA Star - Fusion 360
This will show you how to make a JJBA Star!
Step 1: Step 1: Making the Star
Get a picture of a star from the internet. Click on the insert tab and then choose attached canvas to insert the picture of the star into your work space, size it according to how big you want your final project to be. Then you want to use the line tool under the sketch tab to trace the outline of the star.
Step 2: Step 2: Extrude and Filet
Under the create tab, click on the extrude tool and then select the star that you’ve just drawn. Drag the arrow upward and make the thickness around 0.5 inches. Then click on the filet tool under the modify tab and select the upper edge all around the star. Make the filet around 0.25 inches and click ok.
Step 3: Step 3: Making the Heart
Get a picture of a heart from the internet. Insert the picture of the heart to on top of your star shape and then make it just about smaller than the star. Then trace the heart (use the line tool and for the curves of the heart, hold down the right click mouse button of the mouse to make a curved line) and extrude the heart to around 0.5 inches.
Step 4: Step 4: Making the Peace Sign
Get a picture of a peace sign from the internet. Insert the picture of the peace sign to on top of your heart shape and then make it just about smaller than the heart. Then go to sketch the peace sign, use a smaller and bigger circle for the outer and inner edges of the sign and use lines to connect them. Then extrude the peace sign to around 0.45 inches.
Step 5: Step 5: Making the Anchor
Next you want to get a picture of an anchor from the internet and insert it on top of everything else. Trace the anchor, use the line tool, circle tool and anything else that you need. Then extrude the anchor to just about be a bit thinner than the peace sign but still clearly visible.
Step 6: Step 6: Final
Finally you want to go back and make any changes to things that you don’t like and filet the heart, peace sign and anchor. Then draw a circle on top of our original star and then extrude downwards to cut through the star. Filet it to be around 0.05 inches. Now finally, you have your Josuke star from JJBA!
Step 7: Other Examples
Here's another example of a star that I made with the same star shape but for Joseph.
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