Assignment 06 3DT
You are each assigned 2 components; a Surface generation component and an additional component.You must provide an example of how to use both components to generate a surface. Your example must make use of at least one generative parameter. Save the definition to this location on vapax (vapax\3D Digital Thinking Fall 11\Lessons\04_Surface examples). Also post an image(s) of your definition to your wiki and the assignment page. provide a written description of both assigned components. What are it's inputs? What are it Output? How have you used the components. Use panel components, colored groups (select components and hit control+G - right click to set color), and scribble components to annotate your example so other can learn from your work.
Hint: use Rhino 4 command help for demos on using these surface commands.
Abraham_Weissman : Loft + sub Curve
Amira_Hankin: Revolution + Rotate
Andrew_Dubow: Extrude + Amplitude
Claire_Barber: Edge Surface + Project
Daniel_Braun: Sweep1 + Curve Frame
Emily_Jane_Rosen: Revolution + Extend
Floryn_Honnet: Sweep1 + Bezier Span
Lily_Lutz: Edge Surface + Filter
Nicholas_Sadnytzky: Extrude + Closest Point
Paul_Stoicheff: Loft + Loft Options
Steven_Nanis: Sweep2 + interpolate(t)
Amira Hankin: Revolution & Rotate
Max Nanis: Sweep2 + interpolate(t)
Claire: Project and Edge Surface
There are three things shown in this Image. The First, on the far left, is a collection of curves created using Bezier Span. The Cylinder on the far right was created using Sweep1. The shape in the middle was created by using the curves created by the Bezier Span component as the rail curve for the Sweep 1 component.
Surface Components: Loft and Loft Options Here are a series of variable surfaces lofted between a set of curves on the Z,X plane and a rectangle on the Z,Y plane.
Extend + Revolve
Abe Weissman: Sub Curve and Loft
Sub Curve is component that allows you to divide a curve and only use a section of it. It has two inputs "C" and "D". C: asks of curves, you can put any number of curves in to "C". D: is domain which is the number that your curves are divided by. In this case i put a number slider into"D" to make the number of divisions variable. Sub Curve then outputs the subdivided curves.