Creating some seamless patterns.
almost 3 years ago
Oh this is all kinds of hot. How are you designing this, illustrator?
Thanks Samantha. Yep, Illustrator (then Photoshop for the color and texture).
If you ever have the opportunity, I bet a tutorial on how to achieve this... or something similar would be really popular. I would definitely use it ;-)
yup, some tutorial would be great
Hmm, I've never done a tutorial before, but I'm open to it. Thanks for the suggestion!
Oh wow this is great, are you going to release them or are they private?
Oh god, this is brilliant!
Thanks Hunter, they're part of a client project, but they might not use them. If they don't, I'll definitely look into putting them out there.
Mark – Thanks man, too kind!
Instant like :) ... happy clients
I'll +1 for the tutorial. Would love to know how you go about creating something like this.
That's lovely! I have to agree with Chris and Dimitri. A tutorial would be awesome!
Paul, I will do a tutorial if you do one on how to make sketches as organized as yours.
Where the fuck does it start? Or end? My head hurts :P
by Seth Nickerson
I had a handful of requests to make my patterns available and I finally got around to doing something about it. To make it more flexible, I put together what I'm calling a "pattern kit". There are six variations I made from the base tile, but you can also roll your own.
This is free to use for whatever you want. Enjoy!
As you can probably tell from the "one", I hope to make more of these as time allows.
Special thanks to Chandler Van De Water for the (I think) hilarious name and for testing it out for me.
Update: Chandler has made some nice additions to this, and I've added his version as an attachment.
over 2 years ago
over 2 years ago
@Joaquim I had never even heard of that, but I just Googled it. Looks like it could speed things up a lot, thanks for the heads up!
Wow, I was almost certain that you had used the Illustrator plug-in SymmetryWorks for these patterns. I've been using that myself, and it's absolutely killer! Check out some of the patterns I've made using this plug-in: http://wp.me/pdZFp-103 and my TRIAD series, which is more single shapes, but also made using SymmetryWorks: http://wp.me/pdZFp-11Q
I like those a lot, Joaquim, especially the TRIAD series. I might have to try it out.
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