Help: Evolutionary Solving Prosthetic Cover

I am trying to create a 3D printable prosthetic leg cover using generative design/evolutionary solving for my senior project. I am familiar with Rhino, but I haven’t used Grasshopper or Galapagos. I want to create a non-load-bearing 3D organic lattice that connects to a transtibial pylon prosthetic. Reference the photos below.

Current shell with thickness model from 3D scanned leg:

Sketch (left is the approximate starting shape, and right is a sketch attempt of the organic lattice):


I’m looking for someone to supply with the grasshopper framework part of this project or to help me create one. My project requirements focus on the physical model and psychology of the “aesthetics of prosthetics,” not the coding necessary to use Grasshopper. I am already past my checkpoints for having this portion of my project done. I would greatly appreciate any help given.

Thank you,
McKenna Butler
Walla Walla University Senior Product Design Student

Have you seen this topic: Refit Mesh Object to new shape - Grasshopper - McNeel Forum

This topic is fascinating and would be a great addition to include at the end of my project, but my primary need is help to create the initial mesh. The human brain picks up and creates patterns that can be beautiful and I could create using a couple of different software, but I’m trying to circumnavigate creating the mesh myself. I want it to be an organic/evolutionary pattern, so creating the mesh myself would defeat the aesthetic purpose of my project.