Creating Seamless Patterns and Tiles in Inkscape | Paul Gieske | Skillshare

Creating Seamless Patterns and Tiles in Inkscape

Paul Gieske, Digital Art Enthusiast

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13 Videos (1h 24m)
    • Introduction

      2:00
    • A Note on the exercises

      1:41
    • Cloning I

      5:54
    • Cloning II

      9:21
    • Walkthrough Exercise Part 1

      6:35
    • Clipping and Masking

      4:24
    • Exporting

      6:42
    • Walkthrought Exercise Part 2

      9:09
    • Guides, Grids and Snaps

      6:49
    • Walkthroug Exercise Part 3

      9:11
    • DIY Exercise - Brick Wall

      7:23
    • DIY Exercise - Icy Wall

      9:06
    • DIY Exercise - Grass

      5:29

About This Class

Hi everybody, and welcome to this video course: Creating Seamless Patterns and Tiles in Inkscape

By the end of this course you will be able to create beautiful seamlessly tilable graphics.

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Prerequisites:

In this course I assume that you already have a basic understanding of Inkscape.

  • Basic shapes
  • Bezier curves
  • Gradients
  • Working with layers
  • Working with groups

If you are completely new to Inkscape i would recommend my other course first: Getting Started in Inkscape.

In order to create these tiles we will first be covering the following theory:

  • cloning
  • clipping and masking
  • exporting
  • guides, grids and snaps

In addition to learning theory, i provide lots of exercises and solutions to give you some hands on experience.

So whether you are making a game, making illustrations for your website or whether you are just trying to take your Inkscape skills to the next level, then this is the course for you!

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