I’m writing a script that must output square images. If I make a square in grasshopper and zoom to it, then animate in top view, the resulting images have a border. Is there a (scripted) way to circumvent this? A minimal example is attached: if you zoom to the red square geometry and run an animation, you’ll see the green outline and some of the background, which is undesirable. The outline won’t be present in the final script; it is just there for debugging.
Ideally I could automatically generate the correct view which will output the perfectly cropped square. The dimensions of the square will always be an input and won’t change during the animation.
the output looks like this:
It should look basically like this:
animation_cropping3.gh (9.5 KB)