Thank’s both RichardZ and davidhockey!
Like you can imagine one Big Bang is just an eyeblink for me
…so it’s time to expand my skills.
I’ve done my work in T-Splines, but now when it’s time to make technical drawings I can see that the rhino basic tools are (propably) more precise. Naturally I still use T-splines (and hopefully soon Rhinos own organic modeling tools) when it truly is time for that type of features.
Yes, I propably have to look at all the Rhino basic tools as well. I was surprised how much the form can be changed in Rhino with Basic Tools. Wooden furnitures are mainly simple shapes; stright lines, 90 degree angles and basic curves.
(I wonder if there are any from-start-to-finish videos for this type of Rhino work?).