So I’m trying to work my way through a problem, and maybe it’s just the crazy time we’re living in (or maybe it’s working from home and having my cat trying to distract me) but my brain has just run up against a wall with this one.
I have this wavy chandelier as shown below. The wave structure you see is a big plate, each of the points is a light hanging from the plate. I have three sizes of light - we’ll call them Small, Medium, and Large for now. I have 10 small, 20 medium, and 30 large.
What I want, is a semi-random distribution of S, M, and L lights, but I want it such that it’s far more likely to have a small light closer to the red circle, and far more likely to have a large light closer to the green circle
I thought of measuring the distance between the midpoint of the end at the red circle and all the points, but then like I said, my brain is hitting a wall as to how to make this work.
Any pointers or suggestions?