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Info: Created on 23rd March 2010 . Last edited on 19th May 2011.
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Comment by Frodo7 30th March 2010
Hypnotic. Animate it, please.
I wonder what you do in your spare time.
Comment by thalamic 30th March 2010
Your Pattern in the sample above seems like an opart answer to the new TimBurtonesque font by Kix : It looks alike (reversed) the spiral like ground on witch is drawn Mr Jack on the poster of Nightmare before Christmas
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 30th March 2010
A staggering amount of work, some truly amazing patterns you've got going on. 10/10
Comment by djnippa 31st March 2010
You're big!
Comment by elmoyenique 31st March 2010
Thank you very much for your comments. It all started with one pattern, I wanted to make for the Patterns Forever project. I remembered the swirly cube was very popular in Cubeology, so I decided to make something similar. Once it was done, I couldn't resist the temptation to do further experimentation with...

@thalamic: You are the master of animated GIFs, I don't even know where to start. But maybe it's time learn new tricks.

@djnippa: It looks a bit more, but it wasn't that much work really. All 24 patterns are based on the same vortex (or its mirror) pattern. The rest was just an exercise of combinatorics, well, more or less.
Comment by Frodo7 31st March 2010
thalamic's absolutely right: animate! Make it shake or rotate, it should be easy with patterns 16 to 20. Well, I guess so...
Comment by igorrossi 31st March 2010
these remind be of some of Escher's work. wonderful eye candy and very engaging. although you state that they all originate from 1 or 2 basic patterns, they all look somewhat singular although related. a great technical achievement - making the complex seem simple and vice verso.
Comment by funk_king 31st March 2010
Stellar, Frodo. You just couldn't stop after Patterns Forever, could you? ;-)

Combinatorics. My new word of the day.
Comment by geneus1 2nd April 2010
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Vortices” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by afrojet 2nd April 2010
I CANT FIGURE OUT HOW TO ANY ADVICE??
Comment by wiggle234 2nd April 2010
WOW!! 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 5th April 2010
Me gusta mucho!
Gran trabajo!
Comment by Juan José Martín Andrés (dartearte) 5th May 2010

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