In this grasshopper example file, you can use kangaroo to simulate a differential growth on a mesh which will result in a maze-like pattern.
In this grasshopper example file, you can deform a mesh by grabbing a point using the kangaroo plugin.
In this grasshopper example file, you can model a parametric necklace by using the criss cross component of mesh+.
In this grasshopper example file you can create a mesh loft and subdivide it by the T+3 subdivision component.
In this grasshopper example file you can model a parametric 3d form by using shortest walk from random generated points and add antisnub component from the mesh+ plugin.
In this grasshopper example file, you can model a 3D network of lines and add joints at their intersections.
In this grasshopper example file you can model a smooth fractal mesh using the Mesh+ plugin combined with weaverbird.
In this grasshopper example file we have used the Kangaroo plugin to deform a mesh and then combine the mesh+ plugin with weaverbird to model the final smooth mesh.
In this grasshopper definition, you can connect a series of meshes together be selecting the bridging faces.
In this grasshopper definition, you can model an organic mesh by using the Mesh+ Plugin and Weaverbird.
In this Grasshopper definition, you can model a weaving pattern on a parametric revolution surface. First, we will extract a portion of the surface and convert it into a mesh. Then we will use the Mesh+ Plugin to model the Pattern.
In this grasshopper definition, you can use the mesh+ Plugin to model a parametric virus-like mesh! finally, a Catmull-Clark subdivision can smooth the final result.
In this grasshopper definition, you can generate a parametric face mask by spliting parts of the face mesh and use pufferfish to give it a symmetric look. Finally, use mesh+ plugin to give it some borders.
In this grasshopper definition by using one of the parakeet’s tiling you can generate a vault-like form by using Mesh+ plugin and also Weaverbird to thicken the form.
In this grasshopper exercise file, we have used a plugin to produce a wave-like mesh pattern and then use weaverbird to smooth the final result.
In this grasshopper definition by generating two sets of catenary arches, you can create a parametric shell . Then you can use the mesh+ plugin to produce a weave pattern on the surface.
In this grasshopper definition first we model an Icosahedron by Weaverbird and then generate wave pattern on it by using Mesh+ Plugin. Finally you can also make the mesh thicker and smoother.
In this grasshopper definition by creating a loop from the anemone plugin, you can create different geometries by changing the segments of the initial polygon or by changing the loop count.At the end you can subdivide the results for a smoother mesh.
In this grasshopper definition you can create a geometry and morph it on a sphere. You can also join the meshes together. This definition is using these plugins : Pufferfish , Mesh + and Weaverbird.
In this Grasshopper Definition by using the Anemone plugin you can model a recursive pattern that connects each corner of the face to the center. You can also Mesh+ & Weaverbird to prepare a mesh or a Nurbs surface for the division process.
In this definition you can use Mesh+ & Weaverbird plugin to smooth a parametric rotating tower and control the bumps.
In this definition we have used the Mesh+ Thatch weave command to produce a parametric weave pattern on an untrimmed Nurbs surface.
In this definition you can use the Mesh+ “Snubbed Antiprism” which can add an advanced effect on any faces of a mesh and it’s called the antiprism extrusion. There are several options which you can change such as height of the cells or the offset from the center. You can also smooth the final result.