Ego Eram Reputo Posted June 1, 2014 Share Posted June 1, 2014 (edited) Fibonacci Fill Wassit? It's a pattern generator. It creates colored squares which spiral outwards from the central point. Each successive square has a side length equal to the sum of the previous two squares' sides. Hence the squares have sides with a length (in pixels) of 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 8+13=21, 21+13=34.... The pattern doesn't change, unless you hit the Threefold checkbox. Other than that, the plugin allows you to adjust the center location and fiddle with the palette. Who dun it? Fibonacci Fill is a collaboration between Ego Eram Reputo and Red Ochre. Red provided all the cool bits - I do concepts and the basic stuff Why? I devised Fibonacci Fill to create backdrops for websites I was creating. Like this one: http://scriptuswebdesign.blogspot.co.nz/ The pattern is interesting and the files extremely small when optimized (like with OptiPNG). Just what the Web Designer ordered! Compatibility: Fibonacci Fill works with both 3.5.11 and 4.0x. Where? You'll find Fibonacci Fill under Effects > Render How? Install this plugin by downloading my plugin pack http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?/topic/110145-eers-plugin-pack/ Unzip it and run the installer (written by BoltBait). Restart paint.net. Demo: Three-fold Pattern + Pastel Mix Edited April 25, 2019 by toe_head2001 Fixed broken postimg images. 5 Quote ebook: Mastering Paint.NET | resources: Plugin Index | Stereogram Tut | proud supporter of Codelab plugins: EER's Plugin Pack | Planetoid | StickMan | WhichSymbol+ | Dr Scott's Markup Renderer | CSV Filetype | dwarf horde plugins: Plugin Browser | ShapeMaker Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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