Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
A couple of weeks back I posted a collection of free military camouflage patterns, featuring woodland, desert, urban and digital style designs. This week I’m going to show you how the camo designs were created and how the pattern file was made so it would seamlessly repeat.
In this Illustrator tutorial we will take a closer look at the process of creation of the seamless patterns and the techniques which make this work easier.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a trendy seamless type pattern in Illustrator using some text and icons.
In this tutorial we will learn how to create a seamless pattern, using a collection of free Adobe Illustrator templates. Using these templates, you can create 19 kinds of these patterns, that is much more than the Pattern Creation feature can offer us in Adobe Illustrator CS6. We will also take a look at how to save this pattern in vector, which is especially important for the contributors of microstock sites.
In this vector tutorial we will learn how to create a seamless pattern in the style of Russian Khokhloma. We will learn the techniques of creating the basic elements and steps of creating an ornament. Seamless pattern is very high in demand, as they are used in the textile industry and for creating of the backgrounds. After studying this lesson, you learn how to create these ornaments on a professional level.
Creating a pattern brush, even by experienced Illustrator users, causes some difficulties. In today’s tutorial I will tell you how to create such a brush. To create ornamental elements, we will be using the InkScribe Tool (DrawScribe plugin) that will help us work at our best.
Saint Valentine’s Day is coming, soon millions of will be giving and receiving gifts to show how big are their love. This tutorial aims to guide you through the process of creating a unique St. Valentine’s Day themed pattern inside Adobe Illustrator.
Follow this step by step tutorial to create a colourful and vibrant abstract poster design. We’ll create a series of tessellating shapes using Illustrator’s Pathfinder tool, then begin adding colour swatches and gradients to bring the design to life. To finish the poster off, we’ll then import it into Photoshop to add some polish in the form of subtle textures.
In this tutorial we will use vector elements to create a four-way repeating pattern swatch in Adobe Illustrator and then mask the pattern into several mock products.
Illustrator’s built in Symbol Sprayer can be a highly useful tool for quickly creating awesome pattern graphics. Let’s look at creating a few vector skull graphics, then combine then into an intricate pattern design to customise a skateboard deck.
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