Create a Repeating Pattern in Illustrator using Texture

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Create a Repeating Pattern in Illustrator using Texture

Have you ever wanted to create designs in Adobe Illustrator that have texture?  Have you tried, but struggled to make it work without your computer going into meltdown because it can’t cope with the massive file size?  I like creating patterns in Photoshop, but a lot of clients require vector designs so it’s always good to know how to use both Photoshop & Illustrator to create patterns.

Adding texture adds dimension and perspective to what might otherwise be a flat design.

In this class I’m going to show you how to create texture in Adobe Photoshop, then apply it to pattern designs in Adobe Illustrator keeping the design completely vectorized.

You will learn: 

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Sourcing Textures

How to find texture in the environment around you

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Creating digital texture

How to process your texture images in Photoshop & Illustrator

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Using Texture

How to apply your texture to icons in Illustrator

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Texture Brush

How to create a texture brush in Illustrator

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Half-drop Repeat

How to create a half-drop repeat in Illustrator

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Mockup

How to apply your pattern to a mockup in Photoshop (with smart objects)

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I’m proud of what I’ve created, and I’d really appreciate if you’d help me out by watching my class

By using this special link to sign up for a Skillshare Premium Membership, not only will you be able to enroll in my class, but you’ll also gain access to all other classes on Skillshare starting with a two-month free trial.

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If you know of anyone else that’d be interested to learn about creating half drop repeats in Photoshop using smart objects, I’d appreciate if you’d share the link with them too.

Thank you!!

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