Martin B. Henriksen was a remarkable student of the Biodigital Architecture Master program at ESARQ – UIC. He made BioDigital Studies, a process blog for showing projects and images of his studies there.
Although he had some background in Grasshopper, in the course I taught along with Dennis Dollens, he had the deepest approach working with RhinoScript for generating skin components. He developed a script based on the Honeycomb algorithm that grows open or closed scales, depending on the concavity or convexity of the given surface.
Thanks to Martin for referring to me in his blog.