Being an absolute starter in Rhino, I am halfway through training level 1. In addition to the indicated exercises in the book, I also learn a lot from ‘just doing’ on my own. But to start with this, I need a little push in the right direction.
To play around with ideas I have for a simple garden building, I would like to draw that in 3D in Rhino and then also make sections or clipping planes of it later on (I think I can look up a large part of how that works). For now I would like to know what would be the best way to draw a simple building. I have already read that all parts preferably have their own layer and that, preferably, all materials should also be on a separate layer, if I want to render it later on. But first things first:
How do I get started best? For example the walls? Do I start with lines that I bring to the wall thickness with ofset and then bring them to solid with extrude? Or do I make a solid cube that I then hollow out? (probably not). Or is there a simple command to draw walls and floors and ceilings?
I realize that maybe I am thinking completely in the wrong direction, so I hope someone can give me some help. Thanks in advance.