The Grayship tutorial is a great place to start learning Archimatix. It takes you thought the modeling of a parametric spaceship. During the 20 minute video, you will learn to grab Shapes from the 2D library, extrude them, repeat them and group them using the Archimatix node graph editor. Once you parametric spaceship is done, you can easily stamp out variations to build your first Archimatix armada! You can also try the Grayship parametric model out in the WebGL demo to it it and a great preview of Runtime Archimatix.
1. Parametric Props
In this short tutorial, you will coax a living parametric model to shape shift into different forms. Archimatix ships withRead more.
2. Archimatix Begins
In this 6 minute tutorial, we start at the very beginning with an introduction to the NodeGraph Editor windowRead more.
3. Shape Merging
In this tutorial, we introduce the basics of combining Shapes from the 2D Library to easily create complex forms.After completing thisRead more.
4. Lathing a Skyplatform
In this two-part tutorial, you will use 2D Shapes from the Library, such as a Circle and a RoundedRectangle, mergeRead more.
5. Repeating According to Plan
In this tutorial, we introduce the basics or a very powerful node in Archimatix, the PlanRepeater. https://vimeo.com/179213378Read more.
6. Getting to Know Your Relations Better
Artful parametric modeling is all about managing relationships. Not the personal kind, but the algorithmic kind. By defining meaningful relationshipsRead more.
Creating a Medieval Truss
In this tutorial, we will create a parametric truss geometry that uses forms associated with medieval timber construction techniques. WeRead more.
Architecture often involves a lot of repetition. In the vertical direction, the repetition gets awfully exciting, if not downright vertiginous.Read more.
Piston and Crankshaft
In this tutorial, we will use the geometry of a piston and crankshaft assembly to get to learn how toRead more.
When a form is highly geometric, varying according to well-defined relationships, it often pays to take the time to codifyRead more.