Here is a shot of the Appearance panel of the stitch effect. Basically it consists of three strokes of varying point sizes. Each stroke has a Zig Zag Effect applied to it. In the Zig Zag Effect, the Size is 1px and the Ridges is 100. Then the top stroke's Vertical Move from the Transform effect is 1px. The bottom stroke's Vertical Move from the Transform effect is -1px. Hope that helps!
over 2 years ago
What a champ. Dude... thanks for sharing! Very awesome
Thats really cool of you to share how you created the stitching! I love people who share knowledge. :D
very clever, indeed!
Thanks for sharing, Imma try this out on a new project :)
Very cool. Wish there was so much more control over strokes in Photoshop like there is in Illustrator.
Ryan, you're a saint
Hope to see the full tutorial sometime :-)
Awesome! Thanks for sharing this shot! Very helpful. :)
Liked for future reference.
Sounds interesting. Thank you.
I wish I know 1/3 of what you seem to know about illustrator :)
Yowzah! That's a killer technique.
This is so nice, thanks!
Awesome. Cheers for sharing!
Man, I wish more dribbblers would do stuff like this. So helpful. Thanks.
You get MVP for today! Awesome. Thanks Ryan!
Thanks for sharing, this is awesome.
thanks! looks great!
amazing, thanks for sharing!
Thanks for sharing! I was wondering how you did that.
by Joshua Geiger
Trying Ryan Putnam's Stitch Effect. :D
over 2 years ago
Dribbble tutorial is good :D
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