"Do you have the latest GH release? That's not happening in my computer.
David in his definition (which I stole here) filtered out only the surfaces that are easy to simplify into 4 boundary curves to create untrimmed…"
"That's strange, GH should automatically convert the rectangle to a surface when connected to a surface parameter.
Was it returning an error in your computer?
(btw, GH is smart enough to create an untrimmed surface in this case, I don't…"
"I used part of David Stasiuk definition to for an alternative fake way of "inflating" using Weaverbird's Catmull Clark component without having to use Kangaroo.
I added an extra goodie of converting the mesh to a NURBS surface in case…"
"Saying that someone is riding a Harley is not at all derogatory.
I think the definition refers to the subset of Harley riders that happen to be annoying and inconsiderate.
In the text you posted there's nothing against using a derogatory…"
"In defense of Jesus, maybe he uses a more modern definition of the term, that means:
"an extremely annoying, inconsiderate person most commonly associated with Harley riders."
which wouldn't violate Ning policy. Language is ever…"
"You could also use Weaverbird's mesh subdivision components to blobbify the surfaces. It will be faster than Kangaroo and look similar to the image you posted.
Can you post the Rhino file with the surfaces?"
"I'm guessing you used Weaverbird. I didn't go that way because the OP explicitly said not to use grasshopper add-ons.
A couple weeks I had to do the same thing (smooth a set of points) but used Weaverbird's…"
"The definition is slow because it's lofting polylines, creating breps with many faces. I did this so that it looks faceted like the attached image (the polylines should have even more points to look the same), but it's possible they used…"
"It's more about spreading the points more evenly so density is more constant. The small cells on the borders are still going to happen. It could be less noticeable its created first as a single voronoi diagram and then split into the…"