You’ve made a tileable texture, a single image that you would give to a Lighter to place and use in a 3D environment.
Customized patterns are related to this concept.You can save your tileable texture as a pattern to fill 2D areas with the Paint Bucket tool.
Making the Pattern
Take the tileable texture from the previous lesson and save it as a pattern.
Make this tile into a pattern.
Photoshop doesn’t exclude you from naming patterns with the same name. It does not overwrite.
Does the last one in look familiar? It should!Your newest pattern is appended to the end of the pattern list.
Checking Out the Pattern
Check out how the pattern works.
Your tile applied as a pattern.
Saving all your patterns keeps you from pulling out all your hair in case you have to reset.
This saves all of the patterns as a set, not just the one pattern you created. Enter droning, monotone language-lesson voice: This concludes your lesson on tiles and transformations. To continue, flip this page to side B….Wait a minute! Didn’t I say something at the beginning of the chapter about applying a transformation to a pattern for perspective?Ah, I’m glad someone is paying attention. You get a gold star sticker for that one!
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