Tileable Texture Example
Here’s a tileable texture I built from scratch in Photo-PAINT X4. Maybe you can use it somewhere…
The bump map effect in Photo-PAINT X5 is still broken after SP2…Hopefully Corel fixes this once and for all, it was broken in X3 for a period too. It’s the effect that created the panel look below.
To check for how it tiles, bring into CorelDRAW and tile it with the method you like most ( there are several ways to do it.. I sometimes use the move & duplicate maneuver).
CorelDraw has a step and repeat docker (under the edit menu), but it’s kind of a pain if you ask me.
Instead, I use the shaping macro to tiles textures like this ultra-fast, and without worrying about numbers for distances. Notice that I convert to a new bitmap at the the same DPI as the original tile.
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