In this Grasshopper tutorial, I will model the Carnaval chair. First I will explain the curves and how we can model them with NURBS curves. Then I will go for the sections to actually model the chair. We will also model the wires at the end.
In this Grasshopper Tutorial I will show you how you can produce a parametric surface by using the Mirror curve tool and arc sections. We will use the sweep2 tool to make the surface and the Lunchbox pluging to produce the panels.
In this grasshopper tutorial, I will show you how you can start with a simple base curve and then scale and rotate it to produce a parametric rotating curve. First, we will scale the base curve from 1 to 0.2 and then we will move it in Z direction with a series and at the end, we will rotate it with a range of numbers.
In this video tutorial, I will show how you can use sine or cosine tool to produce parametric curves in grasshopper. First we will do a bit of research about the sine curve and then we will use the combination of sine and cosine to produce advanced curves.
In this Grasshopper tutorial, we are going to model a kinetic clock (Solstice) from scratch. First, we will define the constraints and how they affect the overall changing shape and then we will model the baselines in Grasshopper so we can change the shape of the clock and make it a kinetic art!
In this Contour Table tutorial, I will show you how easy you can model a table from a base surface and then contour it to produce the solids. You can deform the table with cage edit to make some deformation on the main model.
In this Grasshopper tutorial, we are going to model a parametric Celtic repeating pattern. First, we are going to explain how we can model the base module and then we are going to make a triangular grid, use list item to choose the right corners, make circles with the same radius and then use the region difference to produce the base module. Then we will use a triangular grid to orient the base module on it and finish the tutorial.
In this tutorial, we will model the Lotus Temple in Grasshopper. First, we will study the form and how it can be remodeled with a series of circles. Then we will produce the arcs which make the concrete shells of the temple. We will also model the outer part and finish this tutorial.
In this Laser Cut Earring Design tutorial, I will show you how to make a parametric model for Rhombus Earrings. First, we will model the base polygon and make it parametric by using evaluate curve and then we will define the sections and offset the boundaries to make the final model.
In this collaborative video with Kinetic Architecture, I teach how you can model the contour table with another method
In this video tutorial, I will explain how you can extract a parametric point from a surface by using the evaluate surface tool. First I will explain the u,v point concept and then I will use a MD slider tool to extract a point from a surface.
In this Grasshopper Kangaroo tutorial we will study how we can collide a series of particles with a curve. First we will produce a series of random points and define them as spheres for collision and then we will use curve collide to detect the collison.
In this Grasshopper tutorial, I will talk about the Voronoi cell component and how you can combine it with weaverbird to produce smooth mesh. First, we will talk about the center point and the neighbors and then by defining the bounding box, you can produce the Voronoi cell.
In this Grasshopper tutorial, we will model a series of twisted Louvers by using the Twist command and Iso Curve. First, we will take a base surface to model the strips (Using the Isotrim component) and then we will use the Iso Curve tool to extract the axis and twist the surface. We will also use the Graph Mapper component to change the linear distribution of the twisted louvers and finish the tutorial.
In this grasshopper tutorial, I will explain how you can use the Facet Dome tool to produce Voronoi cells on a revolved surface. First we are going to produce the surface and then pull the voronoi cells on the surface and then make the frames.
In this Video Tutorial, I will explain how to use dispatch with a simple example. First we will dive into the concept of dispatching geometry with true and false and then we will use a Gene Pool to make an advanced dispatch for the facade panels.
In this grasshopper tutorial, I will show you how you can use the 4point surface tool to fold a surface inspired by the al bahar facade mechanism. First, we will study the techniques we can use to model the module and then we will make it parametric with grasshopper.
This is the first video in the “Parametric Modeling & Design” series. In this video, we will have a quick review of the Arboskin Project. First, we will talk about how the project has been made and look at some details. Then we will talk about a simple Grasshopper algorithm and how you can model the pyramid and slice it with a rotating plane.
In this grasshopper tutorial, we will model a parametric pattern by using Hexagons to produce stars. First, we will study the pattern and how it can be modeled parametrically and then we will make the hexagon grid, extract the corners and put the polygon on the points to make the pattern. We will also study a way of grouping the cells and extract the boundaries.
In this Rhino Grasshopper Tutorial, I will model an Islamic Geometric pattern and make it parametric by defining moving lines and making a polar array from the main Unit. First, we will study the pattern and how we can make it as easy as possible and then we will start modeling it in Grasshopper.
In this Grasshopper tutorial, we will study the Koch snowflake Fractal Pattern and how we can model it from scratch. First, we study how the pattern is made and then we will use an equilateral triangle, explode it to its segments and make another equilateral triangle on the mid part of its edges.
In this video tutorial I will explain how you can use Pipe variable and isotrim to produce a parametric surface. First we will use the pipe variable tool to produce a pipe which its radius changes at different locations and then we…
In this video tutorial, I will show how you can use “random” to produce random numbers and use them in your modeling. We will use random numbers for extruding a set of panels in their normal direction and learn how to change the random numbers.
In this Grasshopper Tutorial, We will model an Optical illusion Pattern based on a Jonathan Harris Video. First, we will model the curves by simply making a polar array of lines and then deform them by using the Maelstrom Component in Grasshopper. Then we will use the Bezier Span curve tool to produce a span between the main curves and control the tangents.