Hi, if anyone could help me out that would be amazing! I am trying to create a geometric pattern based on the cuts of some diamonds, akin to the images attached below except with offsets all around, which I can then manipulate with attractors or hopefully even image attractors … (if I figure out how!)
diamondrosepattern.gh (30.2 KB)
I cant seem to get the points from the original hexagon to link with the offset rotated one using polyline, so i just used line and join one by one … however the final offsets are not working out at all! any help would be much appreciated.
You can start with this and you need Clipper to create the offset
hex_hex.gh (11.9 KB)
ah yes thank you, that is exactly what I’m looking for! now to try the image attractor!
hex_hex-daliiii.gh (97.5 KB)
Hi again! sorry to bother - You wouldn’t know if I’m going about the image attractor correctly (see attached)?
I was initially trying to follow in a similar manner to this video Rhino Grasshopper (Parametric Pattern) - YouTube
I’m guessing that I need to have the same amount of points as the image pixels? when I set the numbers for the hex grid to that however my computer dies :’)
This is for a project where I hope to laser cut the webbed pattern onto a board with the image superimposed within the pattern! any more help would be amazing but no worries if not!