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Rich2005, is this one possible? tileing a lake photo

Jul 23, 2013, 19:22
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failed resynthesizer! can this lake photo be made tileable?
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Jul 24, 2013, 09:51
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RE: Rich2005, is this one possible? tileing a lake photo
Quote:...failed resynthesizer! can this lake photo be made tileable?

It is possible to get a result but the same problem as the previous pine boarding, there is lighting and here it comes from the top right corner. Makes all the difference in the image but no good for a tilable pattern.

Best I can do is select a plain area and make that tilable, then it becomes like you might make from a coloured rendered solid noise.

Also pulled one from my archive, not wonderful either, for some reason tends to band on large areas, but it might come in useful.


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Jul 24, 2013, 10:49
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RE: Rich2005, is this one possible? tileing a lake photo
(Jul 24, 2013 09:51)rich2005 Wrote:  
Quote:...failed resynthesizer! can this lake photo be made tileable?

It is possible to get a result but the same problem as the previous pine boarding, there is lighting and here it comes from the top right corner. Makes all the difference in the image but no good for a tilable pattern.

Best I can do is select a plain area and make that tilable, then it becomes like you might make from a coloured rendered solid noise.

Also pulled one from my archive, not wonderful either, for some reason tends to band on large areas, but it might come in useful.

so what you are telling me is photos are not usually the right thing to make tilable patters.?? out of 100 photo like patterns only 1 was successful with resynthesizer (a drywall photo) like I wanted the pine texture... I wanted a drywall one too but Resynthesizer worked on that...

food in stomach for vore pics seem to work well in resynthesizer but that is a different scenario
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Jul 24, 2013, 11:11
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RE: Rich2005, is this one possible? tileing a lake photo
Quote: ..so what you are telling me is photos are not usually the right thing to make tilable patters.?? out of 100 photo like patterns only 1 was successful with resynthesizer (a drywall photo) like I wanted the pine texture... I wanted a drywall one too but Resynthesizer worked on that...

I use photos to make patterns, but the overall illumination has to be constant.
Resynthesizer is good for the likes of stonework where it does not matter if the image is a bit scrambled. I did use resynthesizer on a selection from your image but then followed up with Layer -> Transform -> offset x/2,y/2 and then some faking with clone tool.

Just use the tools that are there and if one does not work try something else.

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Jul 26, 2013, 02:13
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RE: Rich2005, is this one possible? tileing a lake photo
For everyone else & maybe MR if he's still here,
Something maybe fun you can try out

Perhaps if you use the curves tool you can make the lighting more uniform/consistent.

Resynth revisited(width)
Another option if you still want to use the re synthesizer tool, I found just checking the "make horizontally tilable" option decent for spanning the width
Then you can duplicate the layer and make a wave like effect with the layers.

HEAL-SELECTION filter
(formally known as smart-remove)
One other option for me that can extend the tiles naturally
You could try Heal-selection under Filters after it's installed (the one with options, Sample From:, Filling order: outwards from center.
Pick 50 px for radius

If you go the heal-selection route, for speed, I would scale the original pic at 640x480 and scale down the layer to the middle with enough space all around.
Then flatten the image and select one side at a time
(See below pic for a clue on the sides to select first, then the corners
the center of the cross is your original texture)

After you have all tiles, you'll see that there are imperfections, simple*.
You can either clone them out, or from the Heal-Selection tool, pick
Sample from: all around
Filing order: random
On small parts (the bigger the longer it will take to process)
Then just select & press ctrl + F to repeat the process.

The second pick is after I cleaned it up some


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Jul 26, 2013, 02:20
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RE: Rich2005, is this one possible? tileing a lake photo
(Jul 26, 2013 02:13)iForStyle007 Wrote:  For everyone else & maybe MR if he's still here,
Something maybe fun you can try out

Perhaps if you use the curves tool you can make the lighting more uniform/consistent.

Resynth revisited(width)
Another option if you still want to use the re synthesizer tool, I found just checking the "make horizontally tilable" option decent for spanning the width
Then you can duplicate the layer and make a wave like effect with the layers.

HEAL-SELECTION filter
(formally known as smart-remove)
One other option for me that can extend the tiles naturally
You could try Heal-selection under Filters after it's installed (the one with options, Sample From:, Filling order: outwards from center.
Pick 50 px for radius

If you go the heal-selection route, for speed, I would scale the original pic at 640x480 and scale down the layer to the middle with enough space all around.
Then flatten the image and select one side at a time
(See below pic for a clue on the sides to select first, then the corners
the center of the cross is your original texture)

After you have all tiles, you'll see that there are imperfections, simple*.
You can either clone them out, or from the Heal-Selection tool, pick
Sample from: all around
Filing order: random
On small parts (the bigger the longer it will take to process)
Then just select & press ctrl + F to repeat the process.

The second pick is after I cleaned it up some

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Jul 26, 2013, 02:26 (This post was last modified: Jul 26, 2013 02:44 by iForStyle007.)
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RE: Rich2005, is this one possible? tileing a lake photo
(Jul 26, 2013 02:20)moltres_rider Wrote:  I'm still here, why???

Lol, wasn't sure, I saw a thread you posted and they said somebody was banned right after it. Lol, anyways I'll put up what the horizontal & vertical synth(alone) will look like on this post soon!

Edit: K, with the horizontal option, you can just blend the duplicate layers and make it look like waves(see pic)


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Jul 26, 2013, 10:04
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RE: Rich2005, is this one possible? tileing a lake photo
I am lost... start from the beginning please
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Jul 27, 2013, 07:14
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(Jul 26, 2013 10:04)moltres_rider Wrote:  I am lost... start from the beginning please

Ok, scroll up and re-read these posts, set aside some time to read all the above posts, not just from me.

One last thing I tried that worked ok for the wood background but not so much for water
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"Filters > Map > Make seamless"
for the wood wall, it tiles nicely horizontal & veritcal Smile
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