Construct Grid

This effect uses the first three nodes of a path to define a two dimension grid. The center node defines the origin, the first and third nodes define the direction and length of the two adjacent sides of the first cell. If a path has more than three nodes, the other nodes are ignored. One can select the number of cells in the two orthogonal directions.

Construct Grid effect.
Demonstration of the Construct Grid effect. A three node path (red line) determines the grid. The X and Y sizes have been set to four.