Firs of all, as I am a new member here, I would like to say hello to the whole grasshopper community on this forum .
I have decided to write here, since I was attempting to create a grid division pattern with curve attractor and then creating surface out of it. The curve attractor is related to proximity of the Evaluate Curve patameter, that goes through the mid point of the Hexagon Grid cells. Then, based on that, I generate triangles and build up arcs, whose radius I want to control accordingly. Yet I have three issues to ask:
- When I am trying to rotate the surfaces that I have created from arcs, I set a Origin point in the middle of a Hexagon and use Polar Array Tool, but the rotation seems to be glitched. It seems fine when we’re talking about curves, but starts to be an issue when trying to create surface from that. Any ideas on that ? See image.
File w/ Surfaces: Circular Grid Attractor Pattern SURFACES 04-09-2018.gh (23.2 KB)
- Is there any way to put an upper limit of the radius, so that the radiuses don’t overlap ? See Image.
- I tried also to work on a proper set of commands for curve attractor on the grid, but it seams to be very rigid - when the pattern openings are satisfactory, the area of effect is only one or two elements. See image.
File w/ Curves: Circular Grid Attractor Pattern CURVES 04-09-2018.gh (22.6 KB)
I would be extremely grateful for some comments / feedbacks / remarks.