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I have an image but on the top of the image there just isn't enough room to make it applicable for my desired application. Therefore I would like to extend the pattern that is clearly visible in the background. The pattern and image are the following:

Original

I tried using the content aware filter and this gives me the following result:

Content Aware

It just doesn't know how to handle the cross part. So I also tried the clone tool, and this looks good but looks like aliasing has occurred when looking from a greater distance:

Clone Tool

What to do to straighten the lines in the last image out or redo it completely in order to get a nice extended pattern?

  • I noticed that the line distance seems to vary a bit, which makes copying the lines a pain in the ass. – Joonas Oct 22 '14 at 21:33
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    If possible, I'd remove the background and rebuild it from scratch. Your original image show wavy, uneven lines -- that can only really be corrected via reconstruction. – Scott Oct 22 '14 at 22:02
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As Scott says, you'd probably be better off removing the background and replicating it. It looks as though you could create and use a pattern which would save you some time. That way would avoid all the extraneous artifacts and you could apply any other filter with ease.

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