Free Webinar: Tips and Tricks for Advanced Curve Modeling in Rhino - Intermediate

Free Webinar: Rhino 5 Intermediate - Tips and Tricks for Advanced Curve Modeling in Rhino
McNeel Europe
February 2017
11 am - 12 pm (CET)

Good models always start with better curves!

Are you struggling with curves in your Rhino model? Read on, this free webinar is for you!

In this session, basic rules on how curves work will be covered first: degree and control points. Is that curve looking good enough? Curvature graph will help you understand all the invisible secrets of curves.

And since one curve will almost never be enough to describe the shape you are looking for, connecting curves in different ways and controlling their continuity will be covered as well.

Kinks, knots, control points, edit points, control points weight, periodic curves. Are any of these unfamiliar? We will talk about them, too!

A solid, intermediate knowledge of Rhino is advised. No microphone or webcam is required. The seminar is not platform dependent. It is aimed at both Windows and Mac users.

The Tech Team experts of McNeel Europe will conduct the webinar in different languages.

Sign up now:

Spanish: February 20, 2017
Panelist: Rodrigo Bárcena
Registration: click here…

English: February 21, 2017
Panelist: Rodrigo Bárcena
Registration: click here…

Italian: February 22, 2017
Panelist: Giuseppe Massoni
Registration: click here…

German: February 23, 2017
Panelist: Verena Vogler
Registration: click here…

French: February 24, 2017
Panelist: Vanessa Steeg
Registration: click here…

Important details:

  • Space is limited. Sign up today!
  • This webinar is free.
  • Presentation will take approximately 40 minutes followed by another 15 minutes for Q&A.
  • After you register you will receive a confirmation email with information about joining the webinar.

Posted Feb 06, 2017 by Elena Caneva on Rhino News, etc.

Will this webinar be available for viewing after the fact for those of us who cannot attend?


I asked too and was told yes. So now hunting for it. Ill let you know if I find it.—Mark
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