Join Bert Monroy for an in-depth discussion in this video beans pattern, part of Photorealism with Bert Monroy: Volume 1.
>>Male Speaker: Sometimes patterns can be quite chaotic and simply used to fill up large areas.…This painting that we see on the screen is completely created in Photoshop.…Zooming in to the center portion we see a bin full of beans.…Now it looks like there's a lot of beans poured into this bin, but it's all created with a single bean turned into a pattern.…Let's see how that's done.…Create a new file.…And let's zoom into that.…And in that separate layer I'm going to create a single bean.…
Little tiny circle like so and let's pick some bean colors.…Say we pick this nice light beige color here, and we'll pick this darker brown.…With your gradient tool set to radial gradient I'm going to create a little gradient right inside like that.…I might want to go in there and touch it up a little, add a little more darkness to the edges and so on, and maybe even a little tiny highlight.…So this is just something you can do just to make it a little nicer, just add a little tiny highlight right on the top there, like so.…
Skill Level Intermediate
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