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can this be made tileable?

Nov 16, 2013, 04:57
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can this be made tileable?
   


Kinda need this for vore pictures... any way possible that this can be made tileable? all resynthesizer attempts on the original picture this was cropped from have horrible results! this cropped picture does too! Rich2005, what are we looking at here as far as making this tile?
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Nov 16, 2013, 06:00
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RE: can this be made tileable?
Use the "Make Seamless" Filter, I tried it with your image, it works very well!
The resynthesizer does mess the original tile, but not the seamless.

"Filters > Map > Make Seamless"

http://docs.gimp.org/en/plug-in-make-seamless.html
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Nov 16, 2013, 10:10
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RE: can this be made tileable?
(Nov 16, 2013 04:57)moltres_rider Wrote:  Kinda need this for vore pictures... any way possible that this can be made tileable? all resynthesizer attempts on the original picture this was cropped from have horrible results! this cropped picture does too! Rich2005, what are we looking at here as far as making this tile?

try this, one way is to use resynthesizer to make matching edges, then replace the center with the original + some tweaking.


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Nov 16, 2013, 12:35
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RE: can this be made tileable?
(Nov 16, 2013 10:10)rich2005 Wrote:  
(Nov 16, 2013 04:57)moltres_rider Wrote:  Kinda need this for vore pictures... any way possible that this can be made tileable? all resynthesizer attempts on the original picture this was cropped from have horrible results! this cropped picture does too! Rich2005, what are we looking at here as far as making this tile?

try this, one way is to use resynthesizer to make matching edges, then replace the center with the original + some tweaking.

Thank you... it does tile... but it's vore not gore (but that's besides the point)
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Nov 17, 2013, 02:18 (This post was last modified: Nov 17, 2013 02:20 by iForStyle007.)
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RE: can this be made tileable?
(Nov 16, 2013 12:35)moltres_rider Wrote:  ... but it's vore not gore (but that's besides the point)

I didn't see anyone call it gore, but anyways....

Just incase you didn't try make seamless (a 1 click solution amlost)

I got a similar photo of noodles with inconsistent edges.
The filter retains the original picture in the middle while blending the edges.
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Nov 17, 2013, 02:37
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RE: can this be made tileable?
I gotta hand it to you Iforastyle!! Make Seamless seemed to make it damn near PERFECT Smile just tried it about an hour ago and extremely happy with results.
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Nov 17, 2013, 08:43
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RE: can this be made tileable?
As with most things graphic, it depends what you want as an end result.
In this case tileable is one of them, but there is also maintaining the nature of the original.

Make Seamless works, so does resynthesizer and layer -> transform -> offset all with varying degrees of scrambling the original.

For the OP image, Make Seamless works but it superimposes many artifacts to achieve this, a ghosting effect.

[Image: Z0LRcov.jpg]

End of the day, it is a judgement call as to what is acceptable.

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Nov 17, 2013, 09:04
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RE: can this be made tileable?
maybe my last post of the night.

In addition to above post, to combat the ghosting effect.

Try painting over those areas with the heal tool, or "heal-selection" (resynth...)

1 click Heal the heal tool and hold alt+click to define a source point
(to which to copy from & heal)

2 after you clicked, let go of alt and click again to paint.
The heal tool is a little like the clone tool, but it smooths the areas & attempts to match the color/pixels.
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Nov 17, 2013, 10:50
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RE: can this be made tileable?
(Nov 17, 2013 08:43)rich2005 Wrote:  As with most things graphic, it depends what you want as an end result.
In this case tileable is one of them, but there is also maintaining the nature of the original.

Make Seamless works, so does resynthesizer and layer -> transform -> offset all with varying degrees of scrambling the original.

For the OP image, Make Seamless works but it superimposes many artifacts to achieve this, a ghosting effect.

[Image: Z0LRcov.jpg]

End of the day, it is a judgement call as to what is acceptable.

I didn't see the ghosting effect in mine... but that's maybe because I recropped the original artwork so it's different in some way...
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