Planar Patch from Curves takes a network of 2d curves and fills it with a uniform tesselation of triangles.
The curves should provide a closed outline, but internal curves can be provided to ensure triangles edges follow interior seams.
The curves are projected onto this plane for computing the inside/outside and crossing decisions.
Reverse the sense of the incoming curves. This affects the point order in the generated seam groups.
Enable the resampling of the curves. They will be resampled so they have an edge spacing matching the interior edge length.
Controls how the curves are resampled.
New points are placed along the incoming edges, keeping the edges straight. Note that since the original vertices may not be used, corners may not be interpolated.
Treat the curves as the hull of a subdivision curve network. The start and end will interpolate, but the interior will smoothly follow the curve defined by the convex hull.
Like subdivision curves, but using the incoming curves as interpolating points rather than a hull.
Interior Edge Length
The approximate size of the triangles to generate internally.
patch attribute on the primitives with this value. Useful
for when merging multiple patches together.
Prefix for generated seam groups. Each curve’s generated points will be added to an ordered group of this name followed by the curve number.
Create a point group to contain all the generated interior points.
Remove Interior Points from Groups
Ensure the interior points do not inherit any of the incoming point group memberships.