TechnoRobbo

TR's Custom Random Filler (January 28th, 2015)

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I retried. They do work when I press enter. But the values do not take effect if I type the number and move to another box with the mouse.

Edited by Eli
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How do you do that? So fast! BTW Do you ever sleep?

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How do you do that? So fast! BTW Do you ever sleep?

:lol:  :lol:  :lol:  I assume 1.4.3 worked for you

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Hi TR,

 

The plugin has turned so nice and perfect, I wanted to give it an another reputation point ( but I'd already given one :P ).
What do think of having an ability to use more than one PNG together (likely 3 or 4)? I will like this feature. :)

 

I think this plugin definitely worth Pinning. :D

 

To @Motto, @Seerose, @Eli and @Skully : Those are nice illustrations. :)

Edited by Pratyush
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Thank You Pratyush

 

 

 

What do think of having an ability to use more than one PNG together (likely 3 or 4)? I will like this feature.  :)

I had been thinking of a using a Sprite Sheet  - this would avoid size mismatching.

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What do think of having an ability to use more than one PNG together (likely 3 or 4)? I will like this feature. 

 

I already figured that one out,lol

 

Marissa-Maya-2-c_zps19ab3abb.png

 

 

I know,I should have added some drop shadow.   ;)

 

I first made all the pictures with the Polaroid plugin and resized them all to about the same size and saved as png's.

To do this just start with your background picture with the plugin at defaults except for maybe rotation. Then add another layer, open the plugin and add another png and this time reduce the count to about 20-25. Now add another layer, do the same but reduce the count and shrink max a little at a time until you like it. Repeat for all other layers.

 

No need for more engineering for this one.  ;) 

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Nice pics Skullbonz. I had used the same technique when I attempted to make a word cloud for the background of my butterfly. I was not satisfied as it was easy to see the order of the layers. So I desaturated it and recolorized to pink with Trs' ColorizerHMS :) .

 

Trs' idea of using a sprite sheet might solve this by randomly shuffling the images.

 

BTW is there a plugin that creates sprite sheets from layers?

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Yes, good file type plugin. I've used that for testing the sprite System, works good, still tweaking the functionality it will be able to handle a 8 by 8 image sheet

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Do you mean 64 images?  I hope my six year old computer can handle it. Can't wait to test it.

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That is better. I have only one probleme: creating 64 images :/  (I hope there will be an option to decide how many sprites to use).

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Great Work Lloyd

 

 

 

That is better. I have only one probleme: creating 64 images  :/  (I hope there will be an option to decide how many sprites to use)

up to an 8x8 can be 1x2 5x3 etc.

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I would propose to use NumericUpDown controls for the values. Much easier to handle than.textboxes.

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I was trying for consistency, and the count slider has 1 thru 5000 so numericupdowns would be tough to use. So I wrote a ton of extra code to work it with text boxes. The layout uses numericupdowns because of the limited range.

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But a NumericUpDown control is just a textbox with additional up down arrows. You define min, max and the number of decimalplaces.Tthat's it.

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Very nice job. It is a very complex plugin and I agree that adding more things can make it look crowded and confusing. The plugin works without problems. I made a 6x1 spritesheet following the instructions on your video. Just one question: How can I create a 8x8 spritesheet?

 

new-fillerss-47bc283.png

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Version 1.4.7 ready for download


 


Sort by Size!!! (for depth effect)


 


 


This was the last thing on my "to do" list.


 


RandomFillerMenu.PNG?raw=1


 


Asteroid Field in the Clown Universe


Sortballs.png?raw=1


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Stunning image above me TR. My reps are out, but I shall returneth. Great examples by all and a really fun plugin. :)

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Thanks for being supportive NN, Yes they are great exampes by all , they inspired me to add the new features.

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Sorry for any confusion I was trying to change the name to TR's Custom Shape Filler but realized there would be pre-existing files that people would have to erase from their systems so I'm keepiing the Original name - TR's Custom Random Filler

 

 

I hope this make up for the confusion

 

Bubbles!!!!

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