Bringing Your Patterns into Photoshop : a Toolkit for Digitizing Your Work

Ohn Mar Win, Illustrator surface designer teacher

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15 Lessons (1h 22m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:04
    • 2. Notes About This Class

      2:58
    • 3. Sketchbooks Artwork

      3:37
    • 4. Short Introduction to Healing Brush Tool and Clone Tool

      3:42
    • 5. Scanning and Adjustment Layers

      10:48
    • 6. Basic Repeat

      9:48
    • 7. Using Photography & Basic Repeat

      3:30
    • 8. Basic Repeat Pattern Examples

      4:50
    • 9. Techniques for Solid backgrounds: Part 1 - Poppies

      14:03
    • 10. Techniques for Solid backgrounds: Part 2 - Tiles

      7:19
    • 11. Techniques for Solid backgrounds: Part 3 - Abstract

      5:14
    • 12. Solid Background examples

      2:57
    • 13. Vertical Repeats - Berries

      3:50
    • 14. Bringing in Ai elements - Halloween

      5:26
    • 15. Final Thoughts

      2:48
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Project Description

Using a piece of your own artwork either scan or take a good photo of it to import into Photoshop. Remove the background and create either a basic or half step repeat from this art, using the techniques shown in this class.

Please post a pic of the original hand rendered artwork with an image of the repeat you created from it, in the projects section of this class.

If you want to share on social media please use the hashtag #ohnmarskillshare and I will try to comment.

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