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README

pst-marble v. 1.6

2019/05/10

Source:      pst-marble.tex, pst-marble.sty, pst-marble.pro
Author:      Aubrey Jaffer
Maintainers: Jürgen Gilg, Manuel Luque
Info:        Draw marble-like patterns with PSTricks
License:     LPPL 1.3c

Short description

The mathematical fascination with ink marbling is that while rakings across the tank stretch and deform the ink boundaries, they do not break or change the topology of the surface. With mechanical guides, a raking can be undone by reversing the motion of the rake to its original position. Raking is thus a physical manifestation of a homeomorphism, a continuous function between topological spaces (in this case between a topological space and itself) that has a continuous inverse function.

The package comes with 15 predefined basic actions like:

  • drop
  • line-drops
  • serpentine-drops
  • coil-drops
  • normal-drops
  • uniform-drops
  • concentric-rings
  • rake
  • stylus
  • stir
  • vortex
  • jiggle
  • wriggle
  • shift
  • turn

Also some spray-actions (post-marble actions) like:

  • normal-spray
  • uniform-spray

Also a shadings option to generate shading effects (post-marble actions)

With these commands one can create quite artistic marble-like patterns following the rules of fluid mechanics.

Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (20.8M).

pst-marble – A PSTricks package to draw marble-like patterns

This is a PSTricks package to draw marble-like patterns.

Packagepst-marble
Home pagehttp://people.csail.mit.edu/jaffer/Marbling/How-To
Version1.6
LicensesThe Project Public License 1.3c
Copyright2018–2019 Aubrey Jaffer
MaintainerJürgen Gilg
Aubrey Jaffer
Manuel Luque
Contained inTeX Live as pst-marble
MiKTeX as pst-marble
TopicsGraphics use
Graphics
PSTricks
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