Fred's ImageMagick Scripts



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WEAVE


Applies an irregular linear weave-like distortion to an image.

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last modified: December 03, 2021



USAGE: weave [-m modulation] [-d distortion] [-b blur] [-k kind] [-c compose] [-s size] [-o offset] [-a angle] [-o opacity] [-S seed] [-r retain] infile [tilefile] outfile
USAGE: weave [-h or -help]

-m .. modulation .. image modulate percent values; three comma separated
................... values for brightness,saturation,hue;
................... default="100,100,100" (no change)
-d .. distortion .. image distortion amount in pixels; two comma separated
................... values; default="7,7"
-b .. blur ........ distortion blur sigma amount; float>=0; default=4
-k .. kind ........ kind of distortion; options are random or image;
................... default="image"
-c .. compose ..... compose method; softlight, overlay, pegtoplight;
................... default=softlight
-s .. size ........ tile size in pixels defining outer rectangle;
................... default="9x9"
-o .. offset ...... tile offset to inner rectangle;
................... two "x" separated integers; default="2x2"
-a .. angle ....... angle of rotation for tile; 0<=integer<=180; default=45
-O .. opacity ..... tile opacity; 0<=integer<=100; default=100
-S .. seed ........ seed for kind=random; integer>=0; default=no seed
-r .. retain ...... retain image of tile as tile.png; yes or no; default=no

optional tilefile in place of tiling arguments

PURPOSE: To apply an irregular linear weave-like distortion to an image.

DESCRIPTION: WEAVE applies an irregular linear weave-like distortion to an image.

ARGUMENTS:

-m modulation ... image MODULATION percent values. Three comma separated values for brightness,saturation,hue. The default="100,100,100" (no change)

-d distortion ... image DISTORTION amount in pixels. Two comma separated values. The default="7,7".

-b blur ... distortion BLUR sigma amount. Values are floats>=0. The default=4.

-k kind ... KIND of distortion: Options are random (r) or image (i). The default="image".

-c compose ... COMPOSE method. Choices are: softlight (s), overlay (o), or pegtoplight (p). The default=softlight.

-s size ... tile SIZE in pixels defining outer rectangle. The default="9x9"

-o offset ... tile OFFSET to inner rectangle. Two "x" separated integers. The default="2x2"

-a angle ... Angle of rotation for tile. Values are 0<=integers<=180. The default=45

-O opacity ... tile OPACITY. Values are 0<=integers<=100. The default=100

-S seed ... SEED for kind=random. Values are integers>=0. The default=no seed

-r retain ... Retain image of tile as tile.png. Options are: yes (y) or no (n) The default=no

CAVEAT: No guarantee that this script will work on all platforms, nor that trapping of inconsistent parameters is complete and foolproof. Use At Your Own Risk.


EXAMPLES


Example 1 --- Variation of Compose Method

Original

Arguments:
-m 90,70,100 -o 90 -k image -s 9x9 -o 2x2 -c softlight

Arguments:
-m 90,70,100 -o 90 -k image -s 9x9 -o 2x2 -c overlay

Arguments:
-m 90,70,100 -o 90 -k image -s 9x9 -o 2x2 -c pegtoplight



Example 2 --- Variation in Size

Original

Arguments:
-m 90,70,100 -o 90 -k image -s 9x9 -o 2x2 -c softlight

Arguments:
-m 90,70,100 -o 90 -k image -s 6x6 -o 2x2 -c softlight



Example 3 --- Variation of Kind

Original

Arguments:
-m 90,70,100 -o 90 -k image -s 9x9 -o 2x2 -c softlight

Arguments:
-m 90,70,100 -o 90 -k random -s 6x6 -o 2x2 -c softlight



What the script does is as follows:

  • Creates a tile from a line pattern
  • Tiles out an image to the size of the input times 1.414
  • Rotates the tiled image by 45 deg and center crops
    to the size of the input
  • Reads the input
  • Modulates the input
  • Copies the cropped tiled image to MPR: and
    adjusts its opacity
  • Composes the mpr: tiled image with the input
  • Blurs a grayscale clone of the composite image
  • Distorts the input using the blurred clone of the composite
  • Saves the output