I am new to grasshopper and i am trying to understand its philosophy so i have stucked on something i trying to model.
I have a curved wall in which i want to model a facade like in the photos below. I have spent three days trying to model it but the only way i thought is to use an image sampler ( i know that is a stupid way and possibly wrong but i am lacking in knowledge)
I have watched a lot of tutuorials in order to adapt any technique to my current problem but i cant find any solution.
I know that may be a time_consuming topic for someone to help me but i would appreciate a lot some help.!
just to play I gave a look to make a definition. I don’t answer your last question but I think my beginning of solution could a=handle that.
So the first thing is to cut your facade in elongated rectangles. I didn’t do that and reuse something I have done some time ago.
I reuse that
For a proportion of rectangles I draw a bottom and upper curve with 7 points.
There is a parameter in X for this curve.
The height of this curve is taken with the use of a random parameter. I used Random noise but you could use whatever you want, Perlin noise, Simplex noise, Image Sampler.
Then thes curves are lofted, merged
There are many variants possible. It was just an example, be creative.