- Planning for material depth and angled panel joints
- Working with Voronoi diagrams
- Drawing trapezoidal profiles
- Offsetting corner lines
- Drawing shelf and spline profiles
- Using Boolean operations
- Labeling panel profiles
- Creating 3D extrusions and panel arrays
- Using clusters to organize complex definitions
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Chris] Hi, I'm Chris Reilly. I'm an artist, designer, and programmer, and I'm focused on using algorithmic modeling to make useful, interesting, and complex designs. In this course, we'll harness the power of parametric design in Grasshopper to make a definition for a fully parametric object. I'll walk you through all the steps. Starting from design thinking and ideation, to problem solving as we create a complex Grasshopper definition. We'll make sure to plan for the details of getting our design out into the physical world through digital processes like CNC routing. I'm excited for you to put your basic Grasshopper knowledge to the test, as we build out a single, in-depth project. Mastering algorithmic modeling techniques can open up a whole new world of design possibilities, no matter what your focus is. Let's get started.
Grasshopper and Rhino: Python Scriptingwith Jeremy Graham5h 12m Intermediate
Grasshopper: Architectural Prototypingwith Walter Zesk2h 28m Intermediate
1. Design and Algorithm Planning
2. Creating Voronoi Diagrams
3. Drawing Shelf Profiles
4. Drawing Spline Profiles
5. Curve Boolean Operations
7. Creating 3D Extrusions and Panel Arrays
8. Working with Complex Definitions
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