Select the object or group (or target a layer in the Layers panel).
To apply the effect to a specific object attribute, such as a stroke or fill, select the object, and then select the attribute in the Appearance panel.
To apply the effect to a graphic style, select a graphic style in the Graphic Styles panel.
Controls the direction of the scribble lines. You can click any point on the angle icon, drag the angle line around the angle icon, or enter a value between –179 and 180 in the box. (If you enter a value that’s outside that range, the value is translated to its equivalent in‑range value.)
Controls the amount the scribble lines stay within or extend beyond the path boundaries. A negative value constrains the scribble lines within the path boundary and a positive value extends the scribble lines beyond the path boundary.
Variation (for Path Overlap)
Controls the lengths of the difference in scribble line lengths relative to each other.
Variation (for Curviness)
Controls how different the scribble line curves are relative to each other.
Set options to control the spacing between tiles and the total number of tiles, along with any other additional options, and click OK:
Locks the width or height dimensions to the dimensions of the original bitmap image. Width calculates the appropriate number of tiles to use for the width of the mosaic, based on the original number of tiles for the width. Height calculates the appropriate number of tiles to use for the height of the mosaic, based on the original number of tiles for the height.