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Author Topic: Tiled Clones with Alternate Rows  (Read 2422 times)

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Offline Laurianne

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Tiled Clones with Alternate Rows
« on: June 28, 2011, 07:10:41 PM »
Here is a link to a tutorial I did using alternate rows in Tiled Clones. I used it to place the stars on the American flag.  I did end up having to delete the last column of stars after I finished.  I'm not sure if there would have been a way to avoid having the extra column, but it really wasn't a problem.

Also, I didn't change the stars to path, but it seemed to be okay.  Is there any reason I should have changed them?

Thanks to Papa Sue for her recent tutorial on the subject.

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Re: Tiled Clones with Alternate Rows
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2011, 09:51:45 PM »
Laurianne, thanks for the tip on alternate rows. I figured there must be a way to make them. Inkscape has so many little nooks and crannies to explore and the hunt is so satisfying especially when we team up like this.

 nice image on your Blog and thanks for the redirect to the video. the little tut said it all in one nice pic.

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Re: Tiled Clones with Alternate Rows
« Reply #2 on: June 29, 2011, 02:09:13 PM »
This is AWESOME Laurianne
I can't wait for my mind to go blank so I can come play with all these tutorials you guys have been coming up with. But for now I have to strike while my mind and imagination is working so well together, it don't happen real often
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Re: Tiled Clones with Alternate Rows
« Reply #3 on: June 29, 2011, 02:24:03 PM »
I had a go at doing this today and it came out really well.  Thanks for sharing how to do it!  

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Re: Tiled Clones with Alternate Rows
« Reply #4 on: June 29, 2011, 05:11:25 PM »
Thank you Laurianne, alternate rows is new to me too. I have seen it but never experimented. This is fun learning new things.
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