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Repeat edge pixels for filters?

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Sep 27, 2020

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I'm a fabric designer and I'd love to be able to use filters like mosaic tile when I create seamless patterns. As it is, if I filter>offset after applying the tile, I have a hard edge that's very difficult to clone stamp to look like something seamless. Does anyone know if there is a way to set filters to wrap edges?

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Repeat edge pixels for filters?

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I'm a fabric designer and I'd love to be able to use filters like mosaic tile when I create seamless patterns. As it is, if I filter>offset after applying the tile, I have a hard edge that's very difficult to clone stamp to look like something seamless. Does anyone know if there is a way to set filters to wrap edges?

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Hi Francesco, thanks for the link! I'm very familiar with filter offset. The issue is for filters like mosaic tile, which are sharp random shapes. The filter fills in mosaic tile shapes for the entire image. Then if you filter>offset to 50% of the pixels for both vertical and horizontal, you have this blunt line across the center of the image. Normally you would just use the clone stamp tool and brush over a similar area, but for filters that have a very obvious shape, like mosaic tile, it's difficult to really achieve a "seamless" look without painstakingly erasing the entire center and re-drawing the random shapes that mosaic tile achieves. 

 

I want to know if there is a way (or if a feature could be added, hint hint) to "wrap" edge pixels within the actual filter gallery itself. 

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EDIT: I'm sorry, I meant STAINED GLASS, NOT mosaic tile! ❤️ 

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I think you might want to reverse your approach and create a seamless tile of the »Mosaic Tile« effect on 50% gray to use as a Pattern Overlay. 

 

Please post screenshots. 

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