- Paintings and Drawings
- 3D Modelling
Rhino and Grasshopper - It seemed intuitively this arrangement should be possible, but the geometry was kind of tricky to work out.
“Repousse You Say?”
Rhino and Grasshopper - My attempt at scrollwork, which I've found to be extremely difficult to do in a general sense.Consists of mesh displacement, function mapping, and surface wrapping.
Rhino and Grasshopper - A special sauce of mesh displacement, function mapping, and surface wrapping on a two-necked form
Rhino, Grasshopper - A Droste transformation applied to an already convoluted pattern.Read More
“Constant Slope Spirals”
Rhino, Grasshopper, Anemone - A little Pac-Man like creature chews its way up a surface at a constant slope. Pretty accurate, especially on "nice" surfaces like the rightmost.
“Magic Flute 1049k”
Rhino and Grasshopper - Using differential geometry to wrap flutes of constant width around a surface of revolution. Not as easy as it sounds! Interestingly, because of the symmetry, there is no iteration needed.
Rhino, Grasshopper - Number 17,443 in the Paramedallion series, this one really stood out.
Rhino, Grasshopper, and Mesh + - Based on a tiling by halves of a cuboctahedron. The resulting mesh is subdivided, smoothed, enameled, and given a nice golden rim.
Rhino and Grasshopper - The Stanford Bunny subjected to yet another torture. Stretching based on distance from a vertical circle in its belly. Not much distortion in the head because its all pretty much the same distance from the circle.
“Found Growing In The Back Of My Fridge”
Rhino, Grasshopper, and Mesh + - We've come to an arrangement; If I don't bother it, it won't bother me.
“Prongs Of Power”
Rhino, Grasshopper, TSplines, Meshmachine and Mesh+ - Using mathematical inversion in a sphere to alter a uniform, eight-pronged torus into something more interesting. The pattern is based on counting rings of mesh faces from each of the prong rims. Since the mesh is fairly random, its a neat effect.Read More