Here some experiments Geodesic used with some classical fractal trees.
The initial idea came from
and it is a sort of continuation from this discussion
Here the script, I used surface because surface is used by shortestPath, but I am sure that ShortestPath is not the fastest way to do that. Using mesh approach then projecting curve on surface (or Brep) could be more effective and more general. But it works.
private void RunScript(Surface surface, List<Point3d> points, List<double> distances, double width, int seed, ref object A)
//Laurent Delrieu 11/5/2020
List<Curve> lst_curves = new List<Curve>();
//TODO test …
I like a lot these simple complexity, here on a Chapiteau with paper material
I like it also a lot, but I’ll have to find a way to use it as a pattern for making a bowl or something like that. Something that could be laser cutted, then stamped.
@laurent_delrieu, you mean something you can laser cut on a 2D sheet that could further be fold onto a curved surface ? Is that even possible (or not to complex to acheive)…? Or will you make pieces that could be further assembled like you did in your small table exemple ?
I more think of things like that done by Nervous
You made them flat then stamp
Reminds me of the Alessi Mediterraneo fruit bowls.
chapeau bas (or jaw dropped!)
No I don’t want to share.