> On Tue, 2003-08-05 at 16:50, Eric Pierce wrote:
>> This should be easy, but I just can't think how to do it.
>> All I want to create is a radial burst. Sharp black and white lines
>> evenly spaced emanating from the center.
>> Exactly like the old Japanese flag but without the circle in the middle.
>> See here:
>> I've been wracking my brains for the last several hours, and digging
>> through the plug-ings, but I can't come up with anything. It seems like
> Yet another technique that I've had good luck with is to create a
> repeating vertical gradient across the window and then convert it to
> polar coordinates. For example:
> 1. Select the Black & White Gradient
> 2. In the Gradient Tool Dialog select:
> 2.1 Custom Gradient
> 2.2 Linear (or bi-linear)
> 2.3 Sawtooth or Triangular repeats
> 3. Click and drag in the image window to get as many stripes as you
> want rays. Make sure the stripes run vertically.
> 4. Image/Filters/Distorts/Polar Coords
> Presto! Raidal rays.
Cool... that works really good!
With Joao's ps script you can set the # of rays.
Here's what I worked up w/Joao's script:
Your technique would've worked well for this too.
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