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Evotree_November_2010_28 fabric by jonathanmccabe on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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fluffygeek

fluffygeek says: This printed out beautifully on the cotton knit. Wonderful design in gorgeous muted colours.

Posted over 7 years ago.

tallulah11

tallulah11 says: I think I would enjoy maths if my brain understood it better however whenever I try to comprehend numbers it feels as though my brain crashes. As long as I can see patterns though I will be content.

Posted over 8 years ago.

jonatha...

jonathanmccabe says: Hi tallulah11, I wrote the computer program to make these. The mathematics is geometry, rotations and shifts, it required a bit of trigonometry to implement. It sounds like you might enjoy mathematics, it is all about patterns of various kinds, as far as I can tell.

Posted over 8 years ago.

tallulah11

tallulah11 says: do you need to have a good understanding of mathematics for creating these designs? I am forever fascinated by infinity in patterns, I find your work utterly mesmerising. The abilty for anything to be simultaneously complex and simple is both perplexing and somehow obvious.

Posted over 8 years ago.

jonatha...

jonathanmccabe says: Thank you, mermaidgirl! I love spirals... working on some new ones, should have them ready to upload soon

Posted over 8 years ago.

mermaid...

mermaidgirl says: Wow, these are soooo beautiful and inspiring! Spirals are such a great design theme, I love them because they mean growth and change....and what beauty!

Posted over 8 years ago.

jonatha...

jonathanmccabe says: Hi, so far I have just seen quilting weight cotton printing for these ones, I was very pleased with the prints. I guess a test swatch first would be wise. Thanks for appreciating my designs!!!

Posted over 8 years ago.

poetryqn

poetryqn says: I'm gobsmacked. They are amazing, gorgeous and unique. Have you any idea how they print in the silk crepe de chine?

Posted over 8 years ago.

jonatha...

jonathanmccabe says: I wrote a computer program to make them. Its like a tree branching, each point has two points that branch from it, at shorter and shorter intervals, when the twigs are tiny the program draws a coloured dot or in other words sets the corresponding pixel to a certain colour. I set the program off to make a whole lot of patterns, I take the ones I like and get the program to make new ones based on recombinations, like breeding roses. I'm glad you like them!

Posted over 8 years ago.

poetryqn

poetryqn says: These are just gorgeous - how in the world do you create them?

Posted over 8 years ago.

jonatha...

jonathanmccabe says: Thanks, thanks, spirals are my favourite shape.

Posted over 8 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: I like the spirals; and the beautiful lavenders, blues, and turquoises.

Posted over 8 years ago.

weaving...

weavingmajor says: ooh, lovely!

Posted over 8 years ago.