I have created a baseball diamond backstop. In addition to the vertical and horizontal post that form the skeleton of the of the structure, there is a panel of chainlink mesh affixed to the outside of it Between each post.
I have managed to get this chainlink fabric affixed to the lower part of the structure, but I am having difficulty understanding how to approach how to do the overhangs of the two wings.
The fabric application for centre portion of the backstop overhang was pretty straight forward. I just created a rectangle , the top horizontal bar was the axis, and I rotated the face 45 degress (the angle of the post overhand portion.)
But I am unable to do the same for the wings due to the fact that a) of the two panels, only one is a true rectangle, and b) the overhang portions of the overhang are for the most part different. Only the end one (1) is at 45 degrees. Post #3 is at 45 degrees, but onbly in relation to the centre portion of the backstop.
Would anyone be so kind as to share their skill in this challenge?