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algorithmic modeling for Rhino

am trying to do a gradient paneling pattern using 4 different color of panels.

The point i to distribute the panels starting wuth one coloro on one side and ending with another on the opposide side of a surface, passing through other 2 colors in the middle where everything is mixed by moving sliders.

Has anyone done something similar?

I have seen that the componenst nudibranch could help about but I havent tried it yet.

Thanks

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How do you like this :-)

Bets Regards

DeDackel

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I was not able to apply this to my case. I think it has to be more versatile.

I attach what I have done, since it's easier than explaining it with words.

My problem is that I might be moving the sliders forever in order to have transitions without stripes looking areas. So I was wandering if some attractor driven definition can dispatch panels according to distance or to a jpg pattern even easier. 

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I could not stand it to resist to find a solution with my basic idea, :-) AND I got it

Best Regards

DeDackel

ps: Thanks to the rain. It cleand my mind during driving with my lovly bike trough it.

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Did you mean this with get rid of stripes areas?

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DeDackel

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Hey,

I think he wnats more control of the colours on the left and right. The jitter component offers more than you think of. I like your version.

Best Regards

DeDackel

this one by Kyle is closer to what I' m trying to do. I attach what I managed to do so far.

The only difference is that I want every color everywhere, just with different amount.

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Now with more control

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