PatterNodes is a tool for creating graphical patterns, gradients, or illustrations based on repetitions. This is done by defining a sequence of steps, a recipe of sorts, that describes the pattern. Each pattern element or operation is represented by a little panel called a node, and the nodes are then linked by connections drawn between them. As the nodes can be freely combined and connected, this gives you a very flexible and powerful interface.
While this interface requires a different way of thinking, it also offers a lot of benefits compared to traditional Illustrator-type editors. Most importantly it enables more...
Major new features
- New Array Index value node. Similar to the repetition index value node, this node lets you use the element index in an array in any array operation. For example you can use the number of the element to control how much it is scaled in an Array Transform node, or how the color is adjusted in an Adjust color node.
- New and more...
- OS X 10.8 or later