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A standard tiling of interrupted circle rhombus diamonds.
A standard tiling of interrupted circle rhombus diamonds (in a manner which respects the original square proportions) - a shape which is often incorrectly called an ogee or a quatrefoil. The base symmetry group is c2mm. Currently displaying a version in 2 different colour gradients with white outlines (which largely destroys the underlying symmetry). Other colours, stylings, sizes and orientations are available on request and you can even ask for a combination of several designs together.
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I don't believe it has remained unsquished. It's just that the squishing is disguised. Eg I don't have any sharp-edged regular lines that you can see being pushed together wrongly, whereas compression of the parallel verticals and horizontals of that 4-way pattern fill is a really obvious distortion of their regularity.
Posted over 1 year ago.
Just looking at the Fabric views, how come this one survives SF's compression software - right up to the yardage view... while http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/4026277 does not? Maybe we should make a list and send to SF to see if can do better - a challenge! I don't know what else to do really... because even if you explain it to potential buyers, how do you prove it? Delete this...
Not yet!! (can't see the robot head) Must try harder!
Posted almost 3 years ago.
Can you see the robot head yet? ;-)
Lovely! The lattice-aspect really comes to the fore in this one. Now I can see the "Moroccan lantern" - my first thoughts were of night and day.
Thanks. They really glow / zing off each other in the printed sample too. But then I did already have some tests of these gradients to rely on. I may yet do a retest with black outlines though, since I wasn't quite sure which way I wanted to go originally and I think that option deserves a look.
I like how you've used the gradients in this design. The yardage view almost shimmers!
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