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(both coordinates for my gnomes family)
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Posted about 5 years ago.
I love how this one turned out :)
Thank you so much Victoria for you lovely comment :)
Yep, I've started to notice that, it depends a lot of what you wanna accomplish as a final design. Ohh, you were so right... it's becoming more and more fun to do the repeat part itself, is a custom puzzle depending on only you know what result you want :D
Posted over 5 years ago.
I so enjoy all your wonderful little drawings. This is another very nice repeat. I have a number of different ways I do repeats depending on what the design is and my desired final results. I could use some quicker techniques, though.
thank you so much Pamela :D I let you know later how it goes with me, I'm kind of getting a technique now, I was aware of what to do in the image as a general thing, but I was having trouble to find the way to do it inside software, with my drawing style. Then I realize I could take my drawings like photos, after I have them all colored. Yey! :D Now my mind is updating in this new way of thinking :) Again, thank you for taking the time to explain all that to me :) I will test it :P
One thing I do is to place an element on an edge or corner, then place a contrasting rectangle on top and align the rectangle with the inner edges of the space. Then I copy, paste and move the copy with a rectangle to the opposite edge so that the rectangle's color just disappears off of the work area. I delete the rectangles, group the two elements and then can move them around. When you have something that might overlap on all edges, repeat method to make a copy at each corner, then group the set and copy and move at will - you'll always get the overlaps right.
yeahhh, I'm improving my overlapped seamless pattern making!!! :) I'm proud of myself :D
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