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    Default Re: How to create a seamless pattern from a seamless tile?

    I think you will find that there are, but you cannot see the gaps on the page in the links you post because the page background is 'masking' them

    when I down load the image there are vertical gaps

    but look - that has no bearing on the methodology - as long as the tile, is symmetric, it will tile
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    Default Re: How to create a seamless pattern from a seamless tile?

    here is a screenshot of a zoom in on what you posted - see the faint white vertical line in the flower ?

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    Default Re: How to create a seamless pattern from a seamless tile?

    ah you editied your last post - you are welcome - hope you get it to work ok
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    Default Re: How to create a seamless pattern from a seamless tile?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_NYC View Post
    The base tile that you used must have been changed by the website I used to share the image. If you take a look at the last picture that I posted you can see that inside the large square, there are no lines.
    https://ibb.co/mB0byVM
    Thank you, guys!
    I'll read all the posts again and try to figure out what I should do!
    I knew that snapping the base tiles could work but I was trying to use a feature that's built-in (the repeating pattern option).
    I tried your tile again and it was clean without the edging.

    Here is my approach for 1x1, 3x3, 10x10, 20x20: Seamlessly.xar

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    Default Re: How to create a seamless pattern from a seamless tile?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_NYC View Post
    You have to hold the CTRL while you move the handles to keep the ratio.
    I know ... I was trying deliberately to make it NOT tile ... I CANNOT.
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    Default Re: How to create a seamless pattern from a seamless tile?

    You have to hold the CTRL while you move the handles to keep the ratio.
    Doing this will make it almost impossible to make a seamless tile as you're changing the dpi.
    Keep the dpi to the original dpi and set the larger square multiples of the original tile size.

    Could I ask why you'd want a 20in x 20in seamless tile in the first place?
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    Default Re: How to create a seamless pattern from a seamless tile?

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    Doing this will make it almost impossible to make a seamless tile as you're changing the dpi.
    Keep the dpi to the original dpi and set the larger square multiples of the original tile size.

    Could I ask why you'd want a 20in x 20in seamless tile in the first place?
    It could be another number like 8in x 8in, 12in x 12in, etc. I was just trying to create a large-size pattern that was seamless.
    The base tile that I had was 4in x 4in, and a 20in x 20in square would be an ideal size (4x5).

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    Default Re: How to create a seamless pattern from a seamless tile?

    just checking but what do you mean by 20in x 20in square ... (4x5) ?
    Last edited by handrawn; 06 March 2023 at 07:42 AM.
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    Default Re: How to create a seamless pattern from a seamless tile?

    Quote Originally Posted by Acorn View Post
    I tried your tile again and it was clean without the edging.

    Here is my approach for 1x1, 3x3, 10x10, 20x20: Seamlessly.xar

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    the line is still there:

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    and it carries on past the flower:

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    now I am fussy, in animation you have to be, maybe this does not matter to Ric and accepting this, it still tiles ok for me and for others....
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    Default Re: How to create a seamless pattern from a seamless tile?

    Lines in patterns are an old bug that's been around for years. That's a distraction from my question.


    Adobe Illustrator

    HOW TO REMOVE WHITE LINES FROM PATTERNS IN ILLUSTRATOR
    https://ebbandflowcc.com/remove-whit...from-patterns/


    Inkscape

    Seamless Patterns Have Fine Lines In Between Tiles

    https://answers.launchpad.net/inkscape/+question/114823


    The lines may be a bug or the quality of the base tile, but that's not what I'm asking here.

 

 

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