2D attractor pattern with rainbow gradient.
In this assignment, I try to use Grasshopper to control the deformation of the most basic cube. First, there is the hollow in the center of the cube, then the growth of height and size. Besides, I also tried to mix the disorderly control so that the whole pattern is full of dynamic rhythmic rhythm.
For my 2D patterning project, I took influence from the in class demos of using a grid of points to map geometry as well as the primer 1.4 example on creating different “tile design” patterns using lists. I then began to play around with the various iterations that could be formed from adjusting elements like the cull patterns toggles, radius of the circle/pipe, gradient, and vector types.
One of my friends from undergrad recommended this book to me to help with Grasshopper – AAD_Algorithms Aided Design, Parametric Strategies Using Grasshopper.
The final project for the Fall 2020 term – Product Families – can be found online here:
In the Ocean of Menado
Tess Adams – NYC