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12.5.  Illusion

12.5.1.  Overview

Figure 16.244.  Illusion

Illusion

Original image

Illusion

Filter “Fractal Trace” applied


With this filter, your image (active layer or selection) looks like a kaleidoscope. This filter duplicates your image in many copies, more or less dimmed and split, and puts them around the center of the image.

12.5.2.  Activate the filter

This filter is found in the image window menu under FiltersMapIllusion.

12.5.3.  Options

Figure 16.245.  Illusion” filter options

Illusion filter options

Divisions

That's the number of copies you want to apply to image. This value varies from -32 to 64. Negative values invert kaleidoscope rotation.

Modes

You have two arrangement modes for copies in image:

Figure 16.246.  From left to right: original image, mode 1, mode 2, with Divisions=4

From left to right: original image, mode 1, mode 2, with Divisions=4
From left to right: original image, mode 1, mode 2, with Divisions=4
From left to right: original image, mode 1, mode 2, with Divisions=4


 
 
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