pena © 2014 by David Cook
The Lattice Effect lets you create a 2D lattice grid using Color 1 for the Lattice Color and Color 2 for the Background Color.|
If you enable the Fit To Brush Option you will paint with the Lattice Effect sized to your brush.
The Lattice Effect has the following Options Pane:|
|X Frequency:||This value sets the number of lines in the X (horizontal) direction.|
|Y Frequency:||This value sets the number of lines in the Y (vertical) direction.|
|X Size:||This value sets the thickness of the X lines.|
|Y Size:||This value sets the thickness of the Y lines.|
|Rotation Angle:||This value sets the angle of rotation of the Lattice.|
|Fit To Brush:||If set to a Red X the Effect spans the screen such that as you paint you reveal the Effect. When set to a Green Check Mark the Effect is sized to the brush such that as you paint the entire Effect is within the brush itself.|
|Output Color 1:||By default this is set to REPLACE which means that the set color will be output to Color 1. You can change this as explained in Options Pane Color Mixers.|
|Output Color 2:||By default this is set to IGNORE which means that the Color 2 will be ignored (the original Color 2 will be kept). You can change this as explained in Options Pane Color Mixers.|
The following image shows the Lattice with its default settings and with Color 1 set to white and Color 2 set to a black:|
In this next image we have set a smaller X and Y Frequency as well as the X and Y Size:
Here we have fattened the X and Y size and Rotated the Lattice -45 degrees:
Finally, we use a 20 x 20 Color Noise Texture 1 and our Arches National Park photo for Texture 2:
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