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Exploring Organic and Geometric Surfacing in Rhino videos tutorials
In this Rhino tutorial, we’ll explore the beginning stages of organic and geometric surfacing.
We’ll learn how to tackle rail sweeps and section curves to tackle smooth, organic surfaces and their transition into geometric elements. We’ll build twisting blended surfaces that go beyond simple extrudes and lofts.
By the end of this Rhino training, you’ll have a solid understanding of how surfacing works in Rhino.
In this rhino textbook, we will study in the initial stages of organic and geometric surfacing.
We will learn to solve the rail along the trajectory and the curve sections to solve the smooth, organic surfaces and their transition to geometric elements. We will build twists of mixed surfaces that go beyond simple drawing and lofts.
By the end of this rhino training, you will have a solid understanding of how the surfacing works in Rhino.
1 Introduction and project overview
2 Setting up our scene
3 Using polylines, curves and arcs
4 Populating our 2D side view
5 Refining our side view
6 Completing the side view
7 Transitioning to 3D
8 Moving flat curves into a 3D space
9 Correcting errors
10 Adding surfaces to the 3D drawing
11 Adding rail sweeps and radii
12 Blocking in the main handle surfaces
13 Blending surfaces
14 Revisiting the main surfaces of the handle
15 Finalizing the handle
16 Cutting surfaces with the split tool
17 Refining curves with tangency
18 Finishing the blend surfaces
19 Adding grip sections
20 Beginning the hammer head
21 Using extrudes, lofts and sweeps
22 Utilizing surface extensions
23 Creating the claw
24 Generating a complicated join
25 Producing the final surfaces
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