I’m looking to get more in-depth knowledge about modeling that’s targeted towards designers. I’ve got the basics but I’d like more (I would consider myself at an intermediate level in Rhino). The information I am seeking is not necessarily Rhino specific but perhaps would be considered quite relevant.
For example more information on Class-A surfacing for industrial design. I get the basic theory but so far I haven’t found as much reference on executing these types of surfaces in relatively complex models as I’d like. I’d like more information on ideal topology flow, how to interface surfaces, model planning, considerations for sending to manufacturing, etc.
I’ve seen a few posts even in these forums with tantalizing questions but sometimes there are few answers explicitly answering the questions posted, just hints. It seems a lot of knowledge is ‘tribal’ but I’d like to think given how we are surrounded by design in our daily lives that even the nuances must be documented somewhere. Sometimes it’s as simple as missing the industry lingo for a particular search term in your Google search.
Maybe you came across a text book in university that stuck with you, a website you found particularly useful, etc. I would very much appreciate if you posted it here.