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Any good seamless pattern generators? Putting a bunch of images into one!

Discussion in 'General Software' started by houseofgrafix, Aug 19, 2012.

  1. houseofgrafix

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    I want to take a bunch of designs and make them into a seamless pattern.
    I have tried to sit down and make my own but it just does not look right.

    Any kind of software that does this?

    Thanks!
     
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  3. Fred Weiss

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    What technique have you used to create your own? I really prefer to make my own vs Genetica or other generators, and once you get the hang of it you'll start ideating and creating them like crazy.
     
  6. houseofgrafix

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    Well I spend a while trying to use the Genetica 3.6 with no luck.

    Is there a way to put a few different design and then just let it do its work
     
  7. houseofgrafix

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    Here is what i'm trying to make with different designs


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  9. Fred Weiss

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    You've gone astray somewhere. Try using single isolated images each set as a patch and let the software create your tiling for you.

    See images and ask specific questions.

    1. Start with blank synthesis node and click on edit.

    2. Click on import to bring in each individual image.

    3. Set selection for each patch image.

    4. Create floating view to fine tune automatic settings.

    5. Floating view.

    6. Click render.

    7. If satisfied with the tile, click export.
     

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  10. houseofgrafix

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    Hell yeah fred! thanks.. Will try in a bit
     
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