This last Saturday that passed was the day of the Rhino training workshop (pushing rhino/ push the rhino) that I had setup. With about 30 or so people who attended the workshop which I took as a good sign. I was hoping for more, but still good. This workshop was an attempt to help people see the potential of using rhino and with a main objective of getting Newschool to consider implementing to the list of class options. I explained the objectives and had people sign a petition which hopefully will help with the cause.
The workshop was setup as introduction to Rhino, covering a wide range of basics and some advance techniques to help people enter a new world of modeling with Rhino. Topics included: AutoCAD similarities, Sketchup similarities, booleans, solid modeling, surface (lofts, sweeps), exporting (to Revit), 3d topos, + cool techniques such as flowalong surface, make2d, and others.
Lofting with History
Sweeps (images 2 rail)
Flow alongsurface + make2d
The workshop was only a few hours but I was able to see that people were motivated and wanting to push rhino. Overall it was a pretty cool experience. I was happy to see how the people were just as excited as I was about the workshop. Once my objective of adding Rhino to the school is complete, I will begin my next mission ------bringing Ecotect ------ to Newschool
Until next time