Severo Ojea | Jun 15, 2018
This week we explore how you can make interesting folding meshes with MoSpline using a very simple L-System. You might have seen L-systems, or Logo programming language in school as it's often used to teach programming concepts to young children. The cursor in the UI for these graphic programs is called Turtle—which is where the name for this tutorial came from.
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