The pattern bar in Ez-Architect is obvious, underneath the colors. But the variety it offers is pretty much endless. You can easily modify these patterns by cleverly using colors, but you can also edit them and make your own unique variation.
This pattern is the 16th pattern from the left in the color bar. I’ve selected this one because it’s easiest to see that changes since the components are larger than some of the other more subdued patterns.
You can easily modify this pattern by using the Control Key along with mouse clicking.
NOTE: if the following patterns look kind of mushy on your screen, click on them to see the true colors (resolution, browsers, etc. may not show you the true colors I have placed here).
Control+Left Mouse button on yellow changes the pattern like this:
If we Control+Right Click on the first (Lavender) pattern, we get this:
The difference in these two is that in one we’ve changed the background, in the other we’ve changed the foreground. But they are both lavender and yellow. But look quite different.
Now to have some fun, control+right click to change the line color within the pattern. So here we have lavender, and yellow with red lines.
Play with the mouse and the control keys to see what interesting combinations come up.
Next time we’ll experiment with changing the pattern itself. Although many many patterns are already included in Ez-Architect, it has plenty of room for your own special constructions.