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I have been aiming at creating a facture which would give an impression of flowing jellyfish.

I don't know if tenses were used correctly. I mean second part mainly because I want there conditional, not future tense. I mean done facture! I see my efforts laying on my chair!

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    The tenses look fine to me, but I have no idea what your sentence means. What have you created?
    – ssav
    Jul 20, 2015 at 9:27
  • Maybe a "fractal" (sort of mathematical art) was intended instead of "fracture" ?
    – dkamins
    Apr 29, 2021 at 5:28

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Yes, you have used the tenses correctly. Here would expresses an unreal condition, because you have not actually created this facture yet.

Added to address comment:
The present perfect is a present tense, not a past tense.

Anyway, you can still use would here even though "it is already done." In this case, you are explaining what you have been trying to do, even when you have already accomplished it.

I have been aiming at creating a facture which would give an impression of flowing jelyfish (and here you can see that I have done so).

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  • No it is already done . I used present perfect because I can see my effets laying on my chair.
    – roka114
    Jul 19, 2015 at 22:22
  • So present perfect can stay? and it wouldn't mean that I havent done it yet?
    – roka114
    Jul 19, 2015 at 22:42

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