This is the second class in my series, Photoshop for Surface Pattern Design. In this class I show you how I create both full drop and half drop repeats in Adobe Photoshop. Both methods produce seamless repeats for creating patterns for textiles, stationery, home decor and more, but each has its own advantage depending on the pattern application. I will then show you how I create a mini collection that incorporates both a seamless full drop and half drop repeat pattern to go with a placement print of your choice ready to submit to an art director or to create your own products.
At the end of the class, you will be able to: More info - https://skl.sh/2LF5gsY
Create a full drop repeat tile in Adobe Photoshop
Create a half drop repeat in Adobe Photoshop and extract the repeat tile
Save your pattern as both a flattened and editable file
Save your pattern in your Photoshop pattern library for quick use
Create a mini collection consisting of a placement print, main pattern (half drop repeat tile) and coordinate pattern (full drop repeat tile)
Use the following tools: pattern overlay, transform, copy, offset, rectangular marquee, crop
Create and order layers
Learn useful keyboard shortcuts for common tasks when making patterns
At the end of the class, you will be able to:
More info - https://skl.sh/2LF5gsY
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