Discuss general aspects of Genii.
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Q. Kumber wrote:They look good to me. You've put in a lot of work.
It might look complex or like a lot of work, but (due to a lot of practice creating various backs) this one took less than an hour to put together. And most of that was making sure the seamless pattern worked correctly.
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Richard Kaufman wrote:The all-over back designs are not viable because they are one way. That can't be avoided because of problems with registration control.
Yeah, pretty unavoidable unless one wants to throw down a bunch of cash to carta mundi or someone with the proper quality control right? Hah, now that they own USPCC, perhaps they'll tighten up their quality control for bikes.
I think if the pattern is a bit more complex/busy (like this one, as opposed to a bee type back) the registration problems might be a little less obvious.
I've always like the look of an overall bee type (or any nice pattern) back, even though I don't ever really use 'em.