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sTile - Create Psychedlic Images That Tile (Are Repeatable) by Harmwave.com 3.0 2015

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This version - 3.0, 2015 - will likely be the last unless I discover glaring program logic errors.

I added options to the multi-gradient design dialog that allow more precise positioning and selectable orientation.
When drawing ovals and rectangles, you can choose to have it centered on the image.
You can be more precise when cropping.
The multi-color gradient layout is stored in the ini file, so it remembers and re-loads it between sessions.
A bug fix or two.

READ MORE: http://harmware.net/index.html

Samples of patterns used in the thumbnail for this download are courtesy of harmware.net 

Supplemental by Keith J. Clark: This software is about on par, or perhaps a little more difficult than the Perlin noise software we have used such as Spektrocom. Still, there were a few examples from 2016 where it became evident that if the energy of the experimenter is strong enough, faces can form in the random pixel generation. 

Experiment Samples Below:



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17 hours ago, tuyma said:

is this safe? i dont want to get evil attracted to it, does it only work for visual and does it have sound(hope not). 

Please reference our other post where we answered your question 🙂


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