In this quick tutorial you will learn how to use gumball feature that is available in Rhinoceros 5. Gumball simplifies commands like move, rotate and scale. You can also use gumball feature to extend, extrude faces, copy curves and extract faces of polysurfaces.
Rhino model files are generally more compact compared to other 3d modeling software files. Because rhino uses less points to define a surface. But when you save a big model it takes too much space. This is caused because of rendering meshes and materials are embedded into Rhino 3dm file. Here i will show you […]
David Piker shared an awesome tutorial on vimeo for a quickstart to kangaroo. It’s pretty basic, yet shows you what is possible with this physics engine.
T-Splines for Rhino is useful for modeling freeform, organic jewelry pieces, such as freeform rings. Here is a silent, annotated video showing how to model a heart ring with T-Splines for Rhino.