In this Rhino 3D video, Phil Cook from Simply Rhino looks at Rendering improvements in Rhino v7. This includes the ‘Cycles’ Raytrace Render and how we can add Denoiser elements with the new Package Manager in Rhino 7. Finally, the new Physically Based Materials are discussed.
QuadRemesh is great new tool in Rhino v7 for reverse engineering and mesh retopology. In this short introductory video, Phil Cook from Simply Rhino runs through the basics of QuadRemesh and shows an example of how this can be helpful in reverse engineering.
In this Simply Rhino video Phil Cook introduces the concept of both Block Instances and Worksessions. Phil explains how they can be used to aid organisation and file management as well as creating a means of iterating repetitive design elements when multiple concepts need to be explored.
Rhino 6 contains significant improvements and new features relating to presentation and documentation in Rhino3d. In this video, Phil Cook at Simply Rhino looks at View Capture, Snapshots and Make […]
This Simply Rhino video tutorial looks at creating production quality surfaces and solids from 2D design intent and focuses on a ceramic coffee pot. In many design disciplines, including the […]
Simply Rhino Rhino3d Video Tutorial – Adding Local Detail (Modelling the Air Duct and Controlling Continuity Across Surfaces) Simply Rhino’s senior trainer, Phil Cook, has created a series of videos […]
Simply Rhino Rhino3d Video Tutorial – Modelling the Overall Form and Complex Corner Blend Simply Rhino’s senior trainer, Phil Cook, has created a series of videos examining the creation of […]
In this Rhino3d Video Tutorial, Phil Cook of Simply Rhino looks at flattening and developing curved surfaces in Rhino. Both developable and non-developable (double curvature) surfaces are covered along with […]