~boringcactus/turtle3D-grasshopper

c7eda59fb264fb99a0a2c841c28e036a40ee2f20 — Melody Horn 1 year, 7 months ago 78912df main
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## Installing

Download [the turtle3D.py script](https://git.sr.ht/~boringcactus/turtle3D-grasshopper/blob/main/turtle3D.py) and place it somewhere on your computer, in a folder by itself.
Download [the turtle3D.py script](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Hand-and-Machine/turtle3D-grasshopper/main/turtle3D.py) and place it somewhere on your computer, in a folder by itself.
Then open Rhino, go to Tools > PythonScript > Edit..., go to Tools > Options, and in the Files tab, under Module Search Paths, click the "Add to search path" button, and then find the folder you put turtle3D.py in.

## Using


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## Full Tutorial

I've also written a [full tutorial for this library](https://git.sr.ht/~boringcactus/turtle3D-grasshopper/tree/main/item/tutorial.md).
I've also written a [full tutorial for this library](https://github.com/Hand-and-Machine/turtle3D-grasshopper/blob/main/tutorial.md).

## License


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# Making a Procedurally Generated Bowl with turtle3D for Grasshopper

Assumes you've already [installed turtle3D for Grasshopper](https://git.sr.ht/~boringcactus/turtle3D-grasshopper#installing) and you're familiar with intermediate Grasshopper features like input expressions.
Assumes you've already [installed turtle3D for Grasshopper](https://github.com/Hand-and-Machine/turtle3D-grasshopper#installing) and you're familiar with intermediate Grasshopper features like input expressions.

1.  Add a slider "move" over the real numbers ranging from 0.1 to 5.0.
2.  Add a slider "turn" over the real numbers ranging from 0.1 to 45.0.