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Eli's museum of unknown masterpieces.


Eli

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Welcome to my little museum where you will find some of my masterpieces. Thanks to Rick and to all plugin developers that have provided me with wonderful tools to play with.

 

Party dreams. I got inspired by Madjik's Disco Ball.

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This is a weird one. It is like an optical illusion. I have not seen a similar one on the net.

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Abstract

 

 

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Tesselation

 

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Thanks Red, I used this technique to make this shape:

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Then I did lots of copy and paste. Do you think that an effect to tile shapes like this one is possible?

 

Thanks Midora, thanks Helen! I love Escher's work. I think it is math displayed as art. I am not very good with numbers but I don't get tired looking at tesselations. 

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Interesting link. I believe that particular tesselation is based on a repeating rectangle but there are many other repeating patterns.
I had a quick look on Wikipedia a while back but got lost in the maths!
Repeating, reflecting and offset (like brickwork) are possible but things like equilateral triangles are more difficult because of the grid nature of the screen.(Pixelly diagonals).

I'm sure the method you linked to could be useful for all patterns if done 'manually', but writing a plugin to do it would be a headache (for me atleast).
Just makes me appreciate Escer's art even more! - and he hand engraved the printing wood blocks too!!!
Have you checked out 'Penrose' tiling?

 

Red ochre Plugin pack............................................................... Diabolical Drawings

 

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Very nice work, Eli! Some real eye-catching pieces here. Keep up the good work!   :star:  :star:  :star:  :star:

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