Working with repetition and pattern


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Working with repetition and pattern

Sometimes, Repetition and Pattern can be very effective. All I have here is a question mark and an exclamation point. Together, they make an interabang. I have set the Opacity of the question mark to be 60%, so that we get some interaction where the two characters overlap. I'm now going to group them as one by selecting both layers and pressing Cmd+ or Ctrl+G. To get multiples of them, I'm going to duplicate the Layer Group, Cmd+ or Ctrl+J. I'm going to do that six times.

So, I now have a total of seven. Then, with the top-most group selected, I'm going to hold down the Shift key, so that I can only move along the horizontal plane, and move that out to the right-hand edge of my canvas. Then, I will select all of those groups, and come to my Distribute Icons. I want to distribute Horizontal Centers and I'll get that result. Now, I want to, one-by-one, go to each of the question marks and fill this with a pattern.

So, I'm going to double-click to the right of the ...

Working with repetition and pattern
Video duration: 2m 1s 5h 31m Intermediate Updated Dec 21, 2015

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Working with repetition and pattern provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Nigel French as part of the Photoshop for Designers: Type Effects

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Design
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