In QC I would do one of two things, either a) inside an iterator load individual images from a structure and increment the X-offset so they run from off-screen left to off-screen right using a billboard patch inside the iterator macro ( with a set amount of offsetting for transparent space between the thumbnails). b) using a JS patch or in an iterator to control a loop to add single images to a collective image making a horizontal row of thumbnails with space between them into a single image.

How would I go about doing this in Vuo. Should I just wait for a iterator node in Vuo or are there other ways?

Perhaps I need a Transform Image patch to offset the origin point relative to image so that when I use the Blend Images node I can place one beside the other with space between.

Here is a link to a QT movie explaining the concept visually.

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You could accomplish this

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You could accomplish this using layers. Here's an example composition showing one way to do it. I use three layers (one to set spacing, one to draw a background, and one to display the image), combine them to a single layer. I build a list of images using this technique, then feed it into the Arrange Layers into Grid node with rows set to 1 and columns set to the image count.