i am designing a diving tower and i want to blend the main volume and the additional volumes for the platforms seamlessly, as if it was only one big volume. i have already tried making holes on the main and connecting the edges of the additional surfaces with loft, blendsrf, patch, and even networksrf.
loft gives a very close solution to what i want, the problem is that it gives these sharp creases.
Creases like this, in my experience can occur when you’re asking Rhino to create organic compound curvature using degree 1 information when it should be degree 3 information.
I would recommend analyzing the input data and checking the degree.
Also, I’d recommend checking the composition of density of points within that data to determine if you’re also asking Rhino to compile extremely inconsistent densities of data together, i.e. if one curve is say 20 point density and one is 200 point density.
And, checking whether they’re poly-‘lines’ or poly-‘curves’ or have kinks in the original curve network etc.
Hence, rebuilding curves etc. will help determine a more consistent and compliant data set to create a geometry with less creases – imo.
I personally have a ‘work mode’ display mode that shows as much data as possible i.e. isocurves etc.
Without more information, those are just my initial ponderings on this matter.
I noticed that you use some very bright display mode that makes it difficult to see the general shape of the model with deep shadows and highlights. You may take advantage of using some custom viewport mode that could represent your designs in a more contrasty look. Here are plenty of nice display modes to choose from: