May 9, 2009

Repper Frenzy – my favourites

Category Development, News, ideas — alex @ 2:34 pm
The past couple of days have been quite hectic here @ studio:ludens. After we put the word out that we had a new tool for you to play with, Repper, it got twittered, tweeted, twotted, twadoozled and twambled. At the moment, we have almost 3500 pattern designs. What we are working on now is a way to make all these patterns available to the community with a nice web-based interface. We will keep you updated on our progress with that (follow us on twitter: @studioludens), but in the meantime I want to show you some of my favourite patterns.
Flower skin

Flower skin

Stairs

Stairs

Flower Pattern 1

Nice flowers

Hands 1

Hands 1

Abstract 1

Abstract 1

These are just some of the patterns that have been made using Repper. We are excited about the overall quality of the patterns and we want the best pattern makers to get credit for their work. So, if you recognize one of the patterns as one you made, comment on this blog post and we’ll give you credit! More patterns after the jump…
Pink girl cutout

Smart use of cutouts

Diagonal lines

Diagonal lines

Shoe laces

Shoe laces, cool idea!

Pixel perfect

Pixel perfect

Small diagonals

Small diagonals

On face value

On face value

BGPattern

Southern pattern

Strong lines

Strong lines

Subtle

Subtle

Subtle 2

Subtle 2

Subtle 3

Subtle 3

Subtle earth

Subtle earth

Lots of people

Lots of people

in space

Floating in space

Typographic experiments
Typo 1

Typography repeated 1

Typo 2

Typography repeated 2

Typo 3

Typography repeated 3

Last but not least…
cats

And of course, cats!

4 Responses to “Repper Frenzy – my favourites”

  1. Matthew says:

    Here’s one I created while testing your great piece of software out (After finding it on Lifehacker): [ http://i40.tinypic.com/n6fjvc.jpg ]

    This is from “Repo: The Genetic Opera”, a great movie, by the way.

  2. Sim says:

    Hi,

    Just tried Repper, damn kool man :-)

    Can you also let users to download the pattern as what shown on the website (in Tile mode with border and dark background) so that they can quickly demonstrate to others. It’s not fun to just show a plain pattern

  3. K says:

    I love this application. However, when I try and download a pattern I’ve made, it’s a file type that isn’t supported in any programs or on any websites. I can’t upload the file to an image hosting site.

  4. studio:ludens says:

    @K:
    We are sorry for the inconvenience. The issue has been resolved and you should be able to save images again from the Repper tool.

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