I’m fairly new to the grasshopper game, most selftaught and therefore not really well founded. At this moment I need help since I have no clue whatsoever is going on with my definition. Here’s my description:
I am currently working on a geometry which requires to have a hexagonal pattern in a hexagonal grid, fading big to small from the outside edge to the inside edge inside of a loft surface. The picture below shows the direction, but is based on a surface domain grid, that is rectangular and not hexagonal.
Ideally the hexagons will be interlaced, resulting in a “blackout” area outside the loft, breaking up towards the middle. I managed to have the base curve moved to the each of the grid points, rotated them to the center but when I apply a curve attraction to it, it gives me something like this:
thanks a lot, that works good for me I did not have the Lunchbox Plugin until today
If you or anyone else can anyway explain to me why I was not able to achieve it with my original definition I would be so pleased! But otherwise, I call this job done