Learn how to save your pattern and load it again when you need it.
- [Instructor] Now that we've talked about…different ways to create patterns,…it's probably a good idea…to talk about how to save them…so we can reload them again in the future.…It's actually a very simple process.…You're gonna go up to Edit,…Presets, Preset Manager.…And in Preset Manager,…you have a bunch of options in this drop-down.…We're gonna select Patterns.…And now you can highlight all the patterns you've created.…I created a few plaids before I started this video,…so I'm just gonna click on the first one,…hold my Shift key, click on the last one,…and that selects all of the patterns…that I made while recording this video.…
Now I'm gonna click on Save Set.…And I can save that to wherever I like.…I'm going to put it in Exercise Files…and we're gonna call it…LinkedIn Patterns,…and click Save.…So, now I've saved all my patterns.…Just to show you how this works,…I am going to delete them and click Done.…So, now I've deleted my patterns.…I'm gonna go back to load them now.…
Edit, Preset, Preset Manager.…We're gonna drop down again to Patterns.…
- Using and scaling pattern fills
- Making basic patterns
- Turning scanned swatches into a pattern
- Working with textured fabrics or ditsy prints
- Working with other types of repeats
- Preparing your illustration
- Manipulating pattern fills
- Swapping patterns
- Mocking up photos
Skill Level Intermediate
Introducing Photoshop: Designwith Deke McClelland4h 35m Intermediate
1. Important Tools to Know
2. Pattern Basics
3. Working with Scanned Fabric Swatches
4. Prepping the Illustration
5. Manipulating Pattern Fills
6. Swapping Patterns
7. Mocking Up Photos
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