This tutorial is very easy and quick. However, despite its brevity and simplicity, you will still be able to add a few important skills to your designer’s arsenal. We will use the option Object > Pattern > Make, which will automatically create a pattern for you.
Realistic textures and patterns are easy to make in Photoshop. They’re perfect for text effects and help make shape layers stand out.
Follow this tutorial and let’s create a back to school seamless pattern with cute animals and school items! We’ll be modifying various simple shapes, using the Shape Builder Tool, Warp Effects, and other useful functions of Adobe Illustrator. Then we’ll gather our elements into a playful seamless pattern that can be applied to any shape and used for print on fabric or as a background for your website or blog.
Nineties patterns are recognizable by their use of vibrant color and simple geometric shapes. In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a 90s geometric pattern using Photoshop’s vector feature.
According to Wikipedia, the Paisley pattern is a design using the buta or boteh, a droplet-shaped vegetable motif of Persian origin. In the modern world you can find this shape in the patterns of bandanas (check out these interesting bandana patterns on GraphicRiver).
In the following steps you will learn how to create, save and use a card suits pattern in Adobe Illustrator.
What could be better than cheese? How about a fresh, cheesy, spicy pizza? So today we’ll learn how to make easily a colorful pattern with pizza slices in Adobe Illustrator. We’ll use mostlythePen Tool (P), somebasic shapes, and thePattern Tool (Object > Pattern > Make). Also, we’ll work with a bright and minimalist color palette.
Summer heat in a tropical paradise! What could be better? In this tutorial we’ll create our own tropical pattern, making it seamless and discovering several ways of applying our pattern! We’ll be using basic geometric shapes as well as some default custom shapes, creating fancy objects in a few clicks and making them detailed with the help of texture brushes.
The retro style is back and here to stay! We can feel its presence through handmade fonts, pastels, a limited color palette, and of course, simple shapes. And with spring here and summer on the way, we can put this style to the test by creating a cute, mid-century pattern made out of many fruits and vegetables.
Which food do you associate with the sunny summer season? Fresh fruits and juices maybe? For me, juicy watermelons and fragrant oranges are the most summery fruits. So this tutorial isinspired by ananticipation of a bright and warm summer, full of ripe fruits.
Welcome to our Photoshop in 60 Seconds series, in which you can learn a Photoshop skill, feature, or technique in just a minute!