Join Deke McClelland for an in-depth discussion in this video You can now customize script patterns, part of Photoshop: 2013 Creative Cloud Updates.
…In this movie I'll introduce you to the new world of scripted patterns.…Now scripted pattern allows you to lay out pattern…tiles in something other than a grid formation, so…you can offset the tiles as if they're bricks…or you can flip the tiles and so forth.…And you'll see there's a lot of variety.…Now scripted patterns were technically introduced in CS6 however…we haven't had numerical control over them until now.…So I'm going to tour you through them.…Inside of this blank document which contains a bunch…of empty layers, right now the bricks layer is selected.…
To get to scripted patterns you go up to Edit > Fill.…Now this command also has a keyboard shortcut that I like better than Shift+F5…and it's based on the fact that pressing the Backspace key on a PC or…the Delete key on a Mac, along with a Modifier key in some way…shape or form fills the active either…with the foreground color or the background color.…So to get to the fill command you press Shift+Backspace or Shift+Delete.…In any case that'll bring up the fill dialog box.…
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- Upsampling intelligently with Preserve Details
- Working with the improved Liquify and Smart Sharpen filters
- Applying Camera Raw as a Smart Filter
- Automating level and perspective correction
- Creating vignettes with the Radial Filters tool
- Isolating and releasing layers
- Painting on 3D objects
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 01/16/2014. What changed?
A: When Creative Cloud applications are updated, we refresh our training to make sure it covers the latest features and interface changes from Adobe. This update covers Perspective Warp, linked Smart Objects, specialty photography updates for GoPro and HDR images, web asset production, independent round corners, and 3D imaging and printing enhancements.