hello, I am a beginner and I was wondering how do I generate shapes like these (one at a time) that are inside a quad grid of size b6 x h8 and a cell size of 3mm? the size of the grid can also vary, the important thing is that the shape remains inside.
You must use a planar quad mesh
Choose some of the faces
Merge the faces
Then apply Catmull Clark subdivision
but I have to make sure that the squares are all connected to each other with at least one vertex. and at the points where two vertices are connected a connection is formed, and all the connections must have the same radius, that is half the side of the single cell.
I hope to have been exhaustive.
thanks a lot for the help
You could also use clipper offset to round the shapes. Offset in one direction then offset in other direction (negative)
And try experiment fail retry …