I'd love to typeset a document where the inner margin follows a sinuous path. For example, like the one below (done in Scribus).
I tried wrapping the text around a curvy image set at the appropriate location, but that didn't work, obviously, since images are always rectangular, right?
I checked in the documentation of package
geometry if one could define a
\rightmargin that would be dependent on some other variable (like line-number), but I didn't find anything.
Google and tex.stackexchange searches for any number of combinations of relevant-sounding terms yielded nothing.
I'm ready to use
luatex or whatever (ideally, I'd like to use
microtype too). Any help much appreciated!
EDIT: Ideally the solution wouldn't require manual tuning, apart from giving the initial shape of the "curvy" margin. Indeed, I'd like to use it for a little book of about 60 pages. The problem with
\cutout, or even
\parshape for that matter) is that it has to be fine-tuned for each individual paragraph, knowing beforehand the length of the text and the paragraph's position on the page (also, a paragraph split over two pages seems to be pretty tough to handle).