We are constantly adding exciting new features to Repper.
Members get them as soon as they come out.
The Metamorphosis effect is our most popular, so we've extended it with a new form: circular.
It transforms your pattern from the center outward, creating a beautifully balanced, mandala-like result.
We can all use a little simplicity in our lives. The new Monotone effect comes with three ways to style your pattern in a single color.
When Monotone or Duotone aren't enough, Tritone might just be want you're looking for. Choose from the tasty presets or create your own combination.
Bonus feature: Invert the color scheme in one click.
Best of both worlds: the intricacy of a Penrose tiling now comes in seamless form as well.
The Penrose is a special kind of tiling called non-periodic. Curious what it means? Learn more.
With so many tilings to choose from, it can be hard to keep an overview.
The tiling selector is now nicely structured, making your favorites easier to find.
Need to tweak the colors of your pattern a bit? You no longer need to head over the Photoshop!
Adjusting colors also helps you get more out of other effects, like boosting Duo Tone.
Our standard export is up to 5,000 × 5,000 pixels and suits most purposes. But what if you produce large posters, wallpapers or murals?
Pro members can now export patterns up to 35,000 × 35,000 pixels — that's a gigapixel!
Sharing is part of the internet's DNA. Many people these days are making their artworks available for others to use and remix.
Repper now has built-in image search, powered by Unsplash. This gives you instant access to a million photos to create patterns from, free to use for hobby and commercial projects alike.
The non-seamless tilings have a distinct look. Sometimes that's what you want, but sometimes you'd wish these sharp tilings looks a little... softer and more seamless.
We've now added edge blending to six of edged tilings, and it give them a whole new dimension. Learn more about it in our help article.
Last October, we released the popular metamophoris effect. Now you can mirror the effect horizontally and vertically to create a beautiful look that is simultanously dynamic and balanced.
Changing the sample selection is one of the most common actions in Repper. We have made the selector a whole lot faster, which should especially benefit less powerful computers and tablets.
This tiling is a playful combination of three parts seamlessly woven together. We've designed it ourselves, so it's unlikely you'll find it anywhere else!
We design our software assuming you don't want to read a manual, but we made one just in case.
The newly launched Help Centre contains an overview of all features in the app, as well as some inspiration on how to make the most of Repper.
The classic tilings can get a bit... repetitive. That's why we are always looking for new dynamic tilings.
We've named this one Cross Brick: it's a made up of two different Cross tilings (P4M) and has an half-brick offset to make them seamless.
This tiling combines a Cross (P4M) and a Facade (PMM) pattern into a new seamless pattern.
The Half brick option lets you switch to an alternative cross pattern, making it effectively two tilings in one!
If you have used the Export All Snapshots option before, you may have noticed browsers don't really like downloading many files at once.
From now on, when you export all snapshots at once, they will be downloaded as a single ZIP file. Happy browser, happy pattern designer 😄
We are huge fans of our fellow Dutch artist. This new effect is inspired by and named after his famous artwork Metamorphosis.
It opens up a whole new kind of mind-bending patterns for you to explore.
Some graphics cards on Windows were not playing nicely with the modern web technology we're using. With a bit of code magic, we are now supporting those integrated cards as well.
Cairo is a flexible tiling in the truest sense of the word. You can keep it straight, bend it a little or go full zigzag. With this classic wallpaper look, we're sure you'll find lots of great uses for it.
Once a technical limitation, these days halftone is a stylistic choice that looks great with minimalistic patterns. Through some code wizardry, the effect now looks exactly like the real thing.
We have a ton of ideas, but most of all we want to build whatever excites YOU. Have a wish, an idea, a burning desire? Don't keep it to yourself—let us know!Tell us your wish