Creating a quilted metal effect


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Creating a quilted metal effect

The many vendors that fill the streets of Times Square have all kinds of carts that sometimes incorporate some interesting textures. Like here, we have this pattern on this metal of this little Nuts 4 Nuts stand. It's kinds of like a quilted metal. This is a pattern, so let's go in there and create this pattern. Right here I'm going to create my pattern. Now the pattern requires perfect symmetry, so I am going to turn on my grid, and I've created a layer where I'm going create my pattern. Why? Because I want space, or transparency, in between the various little diamonds that will make up the pattern, so that way at some point I could turn off my background, so I would have transparency.

I have a white background. That way I could see what I'm doing. It makes it lot easier. So I'm going to come in here and create one of the diamonds. I'm going to use my Pen tool. I'm just going to click over here and drag the little handles out to this corner here and com...

Creating a quilted metal effect
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Creating a quilted metal effect provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Bert Monroy as part of the Bert Monroy: The Making of Times Square, The Tools

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Illustrator Photoshop
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