I´ve been trying for half a day to get the complete cells (6 sides) of a hex grid to fit nicely on this trimmed surface. My goal is to scale and stretch the cells as evenly as possible to maintain the hexagonal shape.
The best outcomes have been either completely destroying the cells that are originally outside the target surface (the Angle restriction of Kangaroo didn´t look like doing it´s job), or then the edges of the surfaces were left empty.
I tried to give different strengths for different lines to make the transformation happen more in the center of the hex grid instead of the edges being destroyed, but didn´t manage.
It is an interesting battle between the forces of Kangaroo as there is no easy way to make it happen, if it is possible at all. Some tryouts have been almost satisfying, but I´d like to see some real wizardry from the ones who know what they are doing!
The best result would be all needed kinds of deformations (line length and angle) spread out the most even way possible, filling as much of the target surface as possible.
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