This follows from a previous post in which I asked the best way to generate a gradient dot pattern that is commonly found on the edges of car windscreens, etc.
I’m new to Grasshopper and @Joseph_Oster was kind enough to help with a .gh definition (see attached), and it gets close to what I’m trying to achieve - having a gradient dot pattern between the inner and outer edges of a surface.
My issue has been the transition from a radius to a straight section and keeping the dots of each row in the centre of the previous row. I’ve attached some pictures of windscreens examples and a gradient dot pattern.
It’s important that I’m able to control the smallest dots’ diameter, which cannot be less than 0.5mm.
Any help with achieving this would be greatly appreciated.
GH Dot pattern.gh (48.1 KB)