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    Question kaleidoscope online software?

    when I first got my wacom bamboo tablet and pen I found a place online that was a unique set up similar to other on-line sketch sites. but it was kaleidoscope like. you draw a line and it is copied in 3 other quarters of the window.

    it was very slick and nice...not jinky or amateurish. I want to say it was an adobe product but I have searched high and low and can't find it again. I think the link was originally from either here or wacom...

    anyone got this bookmarked out there somewhere?

    thanks in advance for any help

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    Crikey! I feel like I've stepped into a time machine. That is sooooooo retro!!!!! I used to be mesmerized by that kind of thing on my old Amiga computer -- lots of the ancient paint programs did that or something like it - like DPaint and. . . heck I've forgotten the names and the money spent. . . so much money back in the day.

    Was a TRIP!!!!!!!!!!! I was doing ART baby!!!!!!!!! My own blacklight posters from my own head shop. . . moving, kaleidoscopic. . . Because of my computer habit, I couldn't afford illicit drugs and with Jimi Hendrix being dead and all. . . I was still a Voodoo Chile, Amiga style.

    Colors and metal. . . woo hoo!!!!
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    [/QUOTE=Dakey]Crikey! I feel like I've stepped into a time machine. That is sooooooo retro!!!!! I used to be mesmerized by that kind of thing on my old Amiga computer -- lots of the ancient paint programs did that or something like it - like DPaint and. . . heck I've forgotten the names and the money spent. . . so much money back in the day.

    Was a TRIP!!!!!!!!!!! I was doing ART baby!!!!!!!!! My own blacklight posters from my own head shop. . . moving, kaleidoscopic. . . Because of my computer habit, I couldn't afford illicit drugs and with Jimi Hendrix being dead and all. . . I was still a Voodoo Chile, Amiga style.

    Colors and metal. . . woo hoo!!!![ENDQUOTE]

    I still use some amiga programs, sadly in an emu now
    First you learn patterns, then more patterns, finally you dance

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    What a cool toy... !

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    no, but thanks

    I had found that one. the one I am looking for is a bigger canvas and finer brush....oh, I see you can make the brush point finer but I do seem to recall a bigger canvas......

    But thanks for your help.

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    that was fun

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    ha..I found it...again

    it's www dot nga dot gov/kids/zone/paintbox.htm when you select the multiple symmetry options. And I linked to it from www dot facebook dot com/pages/Bamboo-By-Wacom/7616161690, which has a lot of neat links for on-line things to do with a Bamboo or Bamboo Fun (I guess any digital pad/tablet, etc.) check `em out!

    oops, this site won't let me post links...yet. so just replace the dot(s) with .(s).

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