New pattern design tutorials, helpful to create repeating background patterns in minutes. Seamless patterns are a fun and easy way to add some interest to your graphic designs. Hopefully this collection of pattern tutorials will help enhance your Photoshop and Illustrator designing skills and how quickly and easily create a seamless, circular, geometric pattern using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator tools.
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Seamless Pattern Tutorials
A beautiful collection of background Photoshop patterns is an invaluable asset for graphic designers. However when it comes to finding the right pattern or texture; one can easily spend hours searching for it. There are lots of pattern design available on internet but its very difficult to find the free for commercial use patterns. So here we are just gathered some useful Pattern Design Tutorials, to make your own Seamless Patterns.
In this tutorial you will learn how to make a detailed seamless pattern without using a graphic tablet. Arm yourself with your paper sketchbook and a pen or an ink liner to create a set of elements for your seamless pattern.
This tutorial explains the process of creating a trendy chevron background pattern using Illustrator’s vector shape tools. We’ll then take the design over to Photoshop to add some extra polish and really bring the pattern to life with subtle gradients and texture effects.
Geometric print designs have been quite the trend as of late. Using the Blend Tool (W), the Appearance panel in Adobe Illustrator, and a trendy color palette we’ll create a hexagonal design of our own, ready for the printers.
Geometric patterns are still pretty trendy. Follow this tutorial to create a colorful cube pattern.
Tutorial used Illustrator’s Blend tool to draw a series of concentric lines. It worked pretty well, but I went on to develop a technique that would help create more detailed and repeatable patterns, which I used to create that freebie pack.
In this tutorial we’ll use simple shapes and create cut-outs and gradients to generate depth and dimension within a widescreen-friendly desktop wallpaper. Drop Shadows and offset objects join our gray and white gradients to finish this design off in spectacular style.
In this tutorial, Steven details the techniques he used to create his patterns, using the theme of creative ‘career progression’, and shows how to reach the top of this chosen field.
In this beginner tutorial, you’ll learn techniques for creating forever scalable pixel art in Adobe Illustrator. With the use of the Rectangular Grid Tool and the Live Paint Bucket Tool, we’ll create simple, cute little pixel art icons, and then I’ll show you how to bust them out of the grid, creating lossless icons, pixel art patterns, and more.
The techniques you’ll pick up here can be applied a wide range of other images to conjure up patterns for textiles, T-shirt prints or anything else you put your mind to.
Patterns are a great way to add additional texture and depth to your designs. Some can appear to be fairly complex, and the thought of making one can be overwhelming. You may find, however, that many aren’t as difficult to create as they look. In this tutorial, I will show you an easy way to create colorful, and complex-looking geometric patterns in Photoshop.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a really interesting circular, geometric background pattern using Photoshop’s vector tools.
In this Photoshop and Illustrator Tutorial, learn how to create a Wallpaper with Geometric Blurred Color Shapes using basic shapes, a nice color palette and a few filters in Photoshop to highlight those shapes.
This part of the tutorial should give you enough to get you up and running with some basic scripting and an appetite to see the host of styles you can create with scripts – styles that would take you countless hours to replicate by hand.
Pattern making may be addictive. Side effects may include spending endless hours in front of your computer, squinting, doodling incessantly, and feeling giddy
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create an intertwining trellis design from scratch using grid layouts and lining up a narrow, rotated rectangle according to said grid layout. It’s a basic, classic pattern that’s easy to achieve if you break the shapes down to a simple, repeatable section.
The new pattern creation feature allows you to easily create tiled patterns.
Take a look at this tutorial if you’d like to learn how to create a simple vector geometric pattern in Illustrator. You can play around with colors to customize this too.
These patterns can be used in a wide range of forms from textiles for fashion design to inclusion within other artworks. See Amrei’s work at the end of this tutorial to see how she incorporates patterns into her abstract pieces to add an eye-catching vibrancy of riotous colour.
You’ll also learn how to introduce a sense of grit to vector illustrations by applying grain in Illustrator and then layering textures in Photoshop.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to quickly create a seamless, three-dimensional, geometric pattern in Photoshop.
In today’s tutorial we will look at a very simple technique of creating and editing of a diagonal seamless pattern. It is a common technique, and it can be used in any Adobe Illustrator release. Have fun learning one of the new Adobe Illustrator tutorials!