Learn how to create and apply seamless pattern fills to your illustrations so the fabric appears to drape around the body, in this Adobe Photoshop course.
- [Robin] What if you could turn fabric swatches into seamless repeating patterns to use in your illustrations? And, how much more impact would your design presentations have if you could warp the pattern fills so that they appear to be draping around the body? When fabric fills aren't warped to follow the drape of the garment, the result is illustrations, line sheets, and photos that look flat and just plain wrong. In this course, I'll simplify the tools and techniques you'll need to put fabric swatches into seamless repeat, turn them into pattern fills, and, finally, warp them around the body.
And, the best part is that I'll do it with Smart Objects. That way, you'll be able to quickly and easily swap out the fabric fill and replace it with a new one that will magically retain the warping and shading of the original. So, join me, Robin Schneider, the reigning queen of Adobe for fashion, and take your work from flat to fabulous.
- 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
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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