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  1. #131
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    Default Re: Cheeky fairies

    she objected to the chair ?

    EDit - ah hang about that just a pattern isn't it must be wishfull thinking on my part ....
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    Default Re: Cheeky fairies

    1. It's hardly for a living room. It's for a Man Cave, as I thought I'd stressed!

    2. What I didn't mention is that I mapped a copy of your tile to a 3D model in Cinema 4D, didn't draw the chair at all, so hats off to you, Stygg for the handsome effort.

    @Handrawn-I think you did it!

    Here's what .783 of a tile patterns on a .783 of a coffee mug.

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    Whew!

    (Nature hates fractions.)

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    Default Re: Cheeky fairies

    nature loves symmetry.. though often its hidden

    good job with the mug...
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    Default Cornleidoscope

    Nature?

    Here's a kaleidoscopic treatment of a photo of what we call "Indian Corn" here in the States. Door decorations at Hallowe'en, good for little else aside from being beautiful.

    It tiles, BTW.

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    My Best,

    Gary

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    Default Re: Cornleidoscope

    [decimal]fractions => symmetry => kaleidoscopic corn

    a-maize-ing !
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    Default Re: Cheeky fairies

    Quote Originally Posted by handrawn View Post
    she objected to the chair ?

    EDit - ah hang about that just a pattern isn't it must be wishfull thinking on my part ....
    Yep, she objected to the chair Handrawn and I tried to tell her that chair was a one off, a Huw Hefner chair!! A great job on the coffee mug.

    Stygg

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    Default Re: Cheeky fairies

    I think any man would be proud to set in that chair.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

    Never give up. You will never fail, but you may find a lot of ways that don't work.

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    Default Re: Cheeky fairies

    I nearly forgot about this seamless tile from a tut. by Gary Emeritus Dude
    It's a good tut. and a really nice tile.

    Stygg.
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    Default Re: Cheeky fairies

    That is a delightful kaleidoscopic texture, stygg, and hats off (again) to Gary P. for his tutorial.

    Care to post a larger tile of the Xara original file?

    My Best,

    Gary

    P.S. As a reciprocation, I'll make a corresponding displacement map for the tile. I think it would look splendid as a garden pathway.

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    Default Re: Cheeky fairies

    Managed to find the G.P. Xara Tile file Gary, hope it is of use.

    Stygg
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