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...
- New Array Split Mask node - New node that lets you split arrays of elements (like a grid) into two separate arrays based on a graphical Mask input element.
- Interface improvements - Several tweaks and improvements, including new interface controls to quickly link pairs of parameters (such as X and Y scaling, or rows and more...
- OS X 10.8 or later