algorithmic modeling for Rhino

Anyone know how to use the Hedjuk perspective in Rhinoceros?

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I don't know if this is a good idea, but I sometimes use this way. Try it out if you want.

1.Try this macro

 ! _Select _Pause _SetActiveViewport Right _Shear w0 w0,0,1 -45 _SetActiveViewport Top _Zoom _All _Extents

2. Select the sheared model in the top view----> Use "Make 2d" command.

Nice macro! I use a similar (risky) method to do nice isometric views, it's risky as you may permanently distort your model, so the solution is to do this on a copy of your model, just in case! In addition, Make2D in Rhino5 doesn't work on mesh but in Rhino6 beta it does. In Rhino5 I use both Make2D and MeshOutline to make interesting axonometric drawings.

You are right. If possible, apply it to a copy of the original model, so please use at your own risk.

If you want to get an axonometric projection, then you can pre_rotate your model by 30 ° ~ 45 ° in the top view before or add it into the macro command line.

Unconventional perspective abilities are indeed fascinating and Rhino/gh allows a great deal of geometric perspective manipulation; as this clip points out:






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