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Free Material for Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop

Many of the actions we do with software have become automatic to reduce our production time. Brushes and Actions for Photoshop, Vectos and Templates for Illustrator. These two websites can accompany you for more productive work.

Photoshop Free Material

Illustrator Free Material


7 amazing things rhino can do

1.You can bend your objects to show design simulations:


2. You can create compleX 3d designs with simple 2d curves:





3.You can create modular designs and apply them on complex surfaces:


4. You can slice your design and use it to make models with laser cutting:

5. You can even use this automated software pepakura, that translates your design into 2D sheets and physically assemble it:

6. Make Axonometric drawings from your Rhino Model and export them to Autocoad or Illustrator for editing:

7. Import Google Earth topography from your site to Rhino:

Save to Bookmarks. Online digital learning

digital toolbox is a website that investigates and educates on the use of tools in architecture.

As technologies change, tools change. Over the history of the discipline, architects have used pencils and pens, trace and vellum, ruler and compass. With each of these tools came a history of technique: how to use them, what value each had, and when not to use them.

Digital Tool Box Website

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How do you reveal mapping techniques?

Map your moves by Moritz Stefaner

    How do you map a city?  By sketching a two-dimensional, black-and-white street plan?  Through a multi-coloured schematic of bus and underground lines?  Or by tracing links which haven’t yet been marked down?  By recording a new cultural phenomena, say, or by mapping personal experience, for example an individual’s memories of their neighbourhood or the sounds heard by a blind man on his walk from home to work.? These are questions to consider  for the representation of time-space mapping .

The above  dynamic map is a visual exploration of where New Yorkers moved in the last decade. It distills more than 4000 moves from over 1700 people, collected in an informal survey by WNYC, a New York based public radio station.

Each circle corresponds to one zip code area. Its size indicates the number of moves to or from the area. Actually, it is consists of two overlaid circles: a red one for people moving out of the area, and a blue one for people moving to the area. So, a small purple circle with a thick blue outline indicates a place where people tend to move and stay, whereas a red outline indicates a less attractive place.

For more examples on mapping techniques click here

Paneling Tools

This is a great start to get into advanced modelling techniques. Introductory course to panelingtools. In this 13 part series, Rajaa Issa the creator of paneling tools introduces paneling tools for Rhino and grasshopper. Learn how to create panels in many different ways. Includes two full project studies. For more information on PanelingTools see:

For the full webminar click here:


Why to use exploded axonometric drawings?

Successful Exploded Axonometric Drawings:

  • Show a complete image of design
  • Give a clear understanding of all elements of design used in a drawing
  • Emphasize on the relationship of different elements of design

It is useful to use them to explain concept, process and complete description of your project


To follow the tutorial for the above image please click here

For more examples please click here: