The pattern is created by programs Rosettes Designer and the Wrought Iron Ornaments Designer from studio DIOLART
Create the unique ornament by means of the program Medallion Mosaic Designer!
This program allows to receive infinite quantity of unique patterns of rosettes or medallions. You can use the received sketches at designing of the future products. By the rosette the art mosaic parquet, a modelled ceiling, a stained-glass window, guitars, the forged products and woodcarving can be decorated.

To start work simply enough to click the button «CASUAL PATTERN». Each time at you will turn out the new finished drawing. By means of the options provided in the program you easily will achieve the style of the rosette necessary to you.
The pattern is generated under mathematical formulas with set of set up parameters.
You can create, edit and embed the resulting pattern in any of your interior.
The image can be saved in a png-format with the alpha channel.
Video example of the program

The Medallion Mosaic Designer is intended for producers, designers, architects, builders, landscapes and other designers, jewelers. With Medallion Mosaic Designer any more it will not be necessary "rosettes clip art" or "medallion clip art". The generated sketches will allow to you easily and quickly to experiment with different styles, will prompt new ideas. If for design of rosettes there is no time, the program will be able to do it for you!
We hope that our program will help your creative process!
We would be grateful if you tell your opinions : info@diolart.com

Examples

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Additional information

A rosette is a round, stylized flower design, used extensively in sculptural objects from antiquity. Appearing in Mesopotamia and used to decorate the funeral stele in Ancient Greece. Adopted later in Romaneseque and Renaissance, and also common in the art of Central Asia, spreading as far as India where it is used as a decorative motif in Greco-Buddhist art.

The rosette derives from the natural shape of a rosette in botany, formed by leaves radiating out from the stem of a plant and visible even after the flowers have withered. The formalised flower motif is often in carved in stone or wood to create decorative ornaments for architecture and furniture. A common motif in metalworking, jewelry design and the applied arts at the intersection of two materials, or to form a decorative border. Rosette decorations have been used for formal military awards. (From Wikipedia)

Rosettes drawing can be both very difficult, and strict, laconic, consisting of several simple elements. Traditionally rosettes have in the premise centre, in this case the rosette is the centre of all composition, however it is not obligatory. As to a material of manufacturing of rosette then the huge choice opens: plaster, plastic, a tree, artificial marble, glass, wrought iron and many other things.