The circle pattern generator is a tool to generate a uniform distribution of shapes in a defined frame. The algorithm uses the available space to place the items in patterns to create a harmonic-looking result. With this tool, you can control the placement, shapes and colours in great detail to create the best result.
Export the final result in SVG format to further process it, or save the resulting images as a PNG or JPEG file. Also, you can save all settings in a project file, so you can reproduce a pattern you liked at any later time.
The latest release of the Pattern Generator software, version 2.0.4, introduces a multitude of exciting improvements and enhancements. From a completely revamped backend to a range of additional features and optimizations, this update aims to elevate the user experience and further expand the application’s capabilities.
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