X and Y Mark the Spot

Let’s roll on.
I’m interested in rows and rows of infinities.  Endless infinities…
But I don’t like infinite chaos. Leads to issues.

I like infinite order.
So I want these rows to line up together perfectly.  Trust me, surprising things will emerge from this precision.
In order to be precise, we need to start precisely where we want. Let’s, um, coordinate on this.
Set the X and Y coordinates for your starting point somewhere up high and to the left on the stage, so your circle can roll all the way across. You can use a tile like this…
Or a pair of tiles like this…
Be sure that your starting point isn’t so far over that your circle is touching the edge, because remember, we’re planning to stop rolling if you’re touching the edge.  Touching the edge at the start would mean we would stop rolling before we even start rolling. Sounds circular. Like a zen paradox. Okay, now even I’m confused.
How would you use these tiles…
to make three rows of circles that overlap?
Let me give you some hints with a little dragon yoga…
After you finish a row you want to start the next one back at the same starting point for X… 
But for your Y stretch you wanna drop your Y coordinate lower to each new row below…
Keep your eyes on those tiles; they’re different…
Alright Maestro, can you make these patterns?
You are simply stamping circles, but what new shapes and patterns emerge from how you place your circles? Try different spacings. Can you make different types of flowers? 
Look, gradients again.  I think gradients add so much atmosphere, such as this soft, mysterious glow. You might also want to try different thicknesses and colors for your circles.  You can even put gradients into outlines as well…
Reminds me of my dragon scales.
Now that you’ve mastered circles, try your squares.  What new patterns can you invent?