In this Rhino tutorial, we'll explore tools, techniques, and processes that are useful to architects and designers. The goal of this tutorial is to utilize the native tools, concepts, and workflows necessary to produce complex, organic shapes in Rhino without the use of a third party plug-in. We'll explore multiple approaches to create simple and complex varieties of similar objects. By the end of this Rhino training, you'll not only understand how to create historical architecture, but you'll also have learned even more consistent and positive working habits in Rhino. Software required: Rhino 5, Flamingo NXT.
Roark Congdon is a professor of technology, drawing, and history at several universities in Seattle and has taught 3D modeling, rendering, sculpture, drawing, art history, and design at the university and high school levels in both in the US and China for over 15 years.
Introduction and Project Overview [Autogenerated] My name is Rourke. I've taught for schools such as the Art Institute, Washington State University and the University of Washington. In this course, we're going to learn how to create Doric, Ionic and Corinthian columns using Rhino five. Some of the key takeaways from this course include control fine editing and creating complex surfaces from simple curves. We will also master the process of flowing objects, fall on a curved surface. By the end of this training, you'll be able to create complex, free form and naturalistic objects in rhino without the use of 1/3 party plugin. I'm excited to work for digital tutors and share these techniques, so sign in or sign up and let's get started.