Two splines, one drawn in plane one drawn in elevation were combined to create a
three-dimensional spline. This spline was divided into 20 points and rotated along an axis 7 times. A second line drawn along those divided points and that line divided and rotated and the process repeated for a third time. Thus creating a primary, secondary tertiary structural relationship.
Manipulating the original two splines creates variation in the
Manipulating the spline I noticed that the form gets to a point in which
it folds in on itself and then unfolds creating a spherical-like shape.
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