With MOSAICO it is possible to divide the selected objects into disjoint parts based on a grid defined by a number of desired columns and rows as if they were tiles.
Taking advantage of the possibility of cutting out a block, the program automatically arranges a certain number of block instances, each cut in such a way as to recompose the appearance of the originally selected objects.
The command prompts you to select the objects in the window, then the number of columns and rows, and finally, the point in which to place the tiled representation.
Below is the sequence of the command inputs:
Select an area to subdivide…
Number of column ||| :5
Number of row === :4
Mosaic insertion point…