Working with the Scripted Patterns


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Working with the Scripted Patterns

This next feature is a total lark. It's called Scripted Patterns and it allows you to apply patterns in different ways inside Photoshop. Just by way of demonstration here, I have got my background selected. I'm going to go up to the Edit menu and choose the Fill command. And then I'll switch the Use option here to Pattern. And I will go ahead and click on this little down-pointing arrowhead, click on the little gear to bring up a list of pattern libraries and choose Patterns from the list. And then I will go ahead and click OK to replace the default patterns.

Now I'm going to select this guy, Metallic Snakeskin, and then I'll go ahead and click OK. And that's how patterns normally look. That is, they repeat in squares. So this guy right there, if you can see my selection outline, is repeated next door, is repeated down below, and so forth. So a very regular repetition of the pattern. Let's compare that to the five varieties of scripted patterns that ship along...

Working with the Scripted Patterns
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Working with the Scripted Patterns provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 New Features

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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