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Scan that one?
create a pattern tile, make the repeat quite large so that the pattern is not obvious.
just make a pattern yo
The only way I could think to do it would be to go through AS/ Processing physics libraries and dig out ball physics simulators, then try dropping differing ball sizes/numbers into letter-shaped troughs to approximate what you've got... but that'd take me years to actually work out.
wtf why scripts? just copy a chunk of the pattern already created in your logo and modify into a seamless pattern tile.
Using a pattern will not look what I want. In the original one, there's not any circle cropped by the logo shape.
Easiest and best looking way to do this would be manually, I presume. Use dots, and get used to using the brush size short cuts really really actively.
I usually try to find shortcuts to do stuff like this too. Finding and testing "quick" methods takes as long as doing it manually, and they never give the results I want. I usually end up doing it the old fashioned way in the end, after hours of trying to take the easy way out. =)
" I usually end up doing it the old fashioned way in the end, after hours of trying to take the easy way out. =)"