Entertaining Rhino Tutorials


#1

I’m trying to find some entertaining tutorials on Rhino to make the learning as painless as possible. Any know of any that are particularly well presented?


(Willem Derks) #2

Hi Tim,

I’d suggest to start here and browse through the video’s and pick one you think is interesting.

There are other sites with more tutorials yet I do not have them at the ready.

I guess others will chime in with more sites/tutorials

Enjoy learning!

-Willem


#3

are you new to 3D in general or just new to rhino?


#4

In the last 20 years I’ve used a fair few CAD packages.

Maya 2003-2011
Alias/studiotools 2000-2002
Solidworks 2000-2002
Autocad 1996-2000
Ashlar Vellum 1994-2000


#5

Although basic, I think the lynda.com tutorial is pretty good. Is it entertaining? I guess so, not sure. Cadjunkie also has some good stuff.


#6

“Entertaining Tutorials” reminds me of “Comedy Driving School”.

However, I am strongly considering creating a new set of tutorials as a basis for rhino based production and I will do my best to keep them fun, there is definitely room for improvement on this score in the world of online learning.


#7

in that case, i’d say go through the tutorials via the Help menu (you’re on mac, right?)…

Help-> Learn Rhino -> training manuals…

there will be some stuff in there which doesn’t apply to mac but i’m more talking about the command stuff & sample models etc (i can’t remember if the models are included in the app or if i downloaded them separately-- it’s been a while. if you have to download them, they will show up in this menu once installed)… most of that will be working on mac already… once you get a basic grasp on the commands, watch the more advanced videos (imo)

here are a couple from a car forum that i liked (even though i have no plans to design a car :wink: ) …everything in these are doable in mac rhino.

this webinar is by @BrianJ who posts here at discourse.