Hi! I’m working with very basics tasks and I’m struggling with creating a group of two points arround a circle. What I want to create is this L shape, so I know I need to take 2 points from the the big circle and one from the small one which I already could manage to do, and then group them to create a polyline.

But creating groups by their lenght doesn’t work because for example, the distance from point 14 to 13 or 15 is the same, so I don’t know how to sort this criteria.

Another approach would be, to only “generate” the points that are needed - less juggling with the data, use
one inner circle
first outer circle
2nd outer circle, rotated “half step”.

divide all circles by the number of “L”-shaped Polylines.

at first this seamed to be a beginner-question I didn’t wanted to post the solution below.
The motivation of my first solution was to use as little data(tree)-juggling as possible

…as this topic becomes a nice collection of different approaches, here s another one - using sine and cosine to calculate the points - same expression used 3 times (therefore in a cluster) - not a beginner’s approach…