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Let's Draw Simple Beetles | Procreate Illustration & Seamless Pattern

teacher avatar Xenia Sorokina, Illustrator & Graphic designer

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Lessons in This Class

6 Lessons (33m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:42
    • 2. Scarab Sketch

      8:03
    • 3. Symmetry tool & Scarab Coloring

      7:47
    • 4. Darkling Beetle: Sketch & Coloring

      5:22
    • 5. Weevil Beetle: Sketch & Coloring

      4:14
    • 6. Making a Seamless Pattern

      6:44
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About This Class

In this class, we’ll draw some beetles. 

During the class we’ll:

  • work with reference pictures;
  • make sketches;
  • work with the symmetry tool;
  • add colors;
  • create a seamless pattern.

You can use the final pictures as single stickers, sticker pack, put them on a postcard, make a pattern from them, turn them into digital products or use them in whatever way you want.

This class is for everyone, so don’t worry if you have no prior experience. All the drawings are made in Procreate, but it doesn’t mean that you can’t use any other graphic software or even traditional materials. 

Resources mentioned in the class: 

                                                                                                                             

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Xenia Sorokina

Illustrator & Graphic designer

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Hello there!

I'm Xenia, and I'm an illustration and graphic design enthusiast. I know firsthand how complicated and confusing the new software, tools and simply learning new skills could be, so I'm here for all the neophytes and enthusiasts to help you with learning new things. 

So if you want to learn something new or refresh already known but forgotten knowledge about Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Procreate and digital illustrations in general - you're more than welcome to join the creative journey!

 

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1. Introduction: Hello everyone. My name is senior and I'm an illustrator and graphic designer to D, we'll draw some beetles during the class. We will be working with reference pictures. We will be sketching, we will recover everything. And at the end of the class, we will create a seamless pattern you can use. The final picture is not only as a seamless pattern. For example, you can turn them into some single stickers or Sticker Pack, put them on the postcard, turned them into some digital products and to use them in whatever way you want. This class is for everyone. So don't worry, if you have no prior experience, all the drawings are made in Procreate, but it doesn't mean that you cannot use any other graphic software or even traditional materials. So with that said, if you are ready to launch your software and let's begin. 2. Scarab Sketch: Today we are going to be drawing beetles, not like beetles, beetles, but insects, beetles. We will be working with reference pictures, will be working with the symmetry feature on Procreate. And we are going to be creating a little pattern at the end of the class. So let's just go to our Canvas and let just start sketching. So the first thing that we will do is go into our actions and choosing the reference feature. You can see that we have a new window right here. And if it's up on image, we can import a new image and use it as a reference. So let's just tap on it and you will see that I have a bunch of box here. This box you can find in the Project and Resources tab. And if you don't like them, just go to Pinterest or go to Google and find what you are going to be creating today. So let just start by creating the bug like this one. I will make it a little bit smaller and I will make the whole area of dereference a little bit smaller as well. And I will put it as site. So when we have our reference picture aside, Let's just start creating the sketch. So let's just go and grab some brush. I'm going to be using the textured man and let just select some color. You can see that I have prepared a few color palettes right here, which you can find the project and resources tab as well. I'm just going to be using any color from these palettes to create our sketch, for example, these blue. So let just start creating our sketch. The first thing that we will see on our reference picture is that our beetle is made from several parts. You can see that it has some head, it has some torques, it has some fore wings, and it has some segmented legs and some mouth parts. So we are not going to be working with one shape in general, we're going to be trying to recreate the shapes one by one. So firstly, let just start by creating the hats. If you zoom it in, you will see that it has the sheep like that. So it is some kind of the trapezius. We're going to be simplifying everything and not repeating atrophy and as we see it on the reference picture. So firstly, let just repeats the sheep of the hat. You can see that on the reference picture, these sheep has the eyes right here. So it just creates two balls like that. And we will position them right at the board, some of our new shape. So when we have these, let's move on and let's continue creating the shapes that the body have. So now we need to repeat the shape that we have for the torques. It has probably the same shape that we created for their heads, but it is a little bit more bigger. So let's just go and try to repeat it. Very simple, not just paying attention to the outlines on the bottom and not paying attention to the outline on the top, we will work with it a little bit later. So when you have this shape, again, the same trapezius that we have on the top. Let's just figure out how we can make this outline on the boards. And so we will need to create the line that will divide our sheet by two pieces. So it will go right vertically in the middle of the sheep. We did it. We can find out where we need to put this little curve on the water. So let's just go and try to repeat it. Connects two elements together with these shapes. And let's repeat the same on the top. So you can see that now we need to reverse this curve ends. We will need to make it in that way. Also, you can see that the sheep's on the sides have the curves as well. So let's just try to repeat them here too. So creates two curves like that. And when you are done, Let's move on to that body. So for the body, we will need to create Some kind of the ellipse shape. So let just go down and legis tried to recreate the shape that we see on our reference picture. When you're done with this, let's just divide it by two pieces. So you can elongate this line that we have on soap, or you can just find the center and create another line like that. So when you have this dividing line, we need to repeat this little triangle on the top and little piece on the water. So let's just go and try to do so. Remember that we are creating just escapes right now. And you don't really need to be very accurate and very neat. Let's move on to the bottom and create this little piece right here. So when we have this shape, Let's move on to the legs. Let's go to the top ends. Firstly, we will go just with this ticks. So finds where we need to put the first lag, and it is somewhere right here. So let's just go a little bit above and we will be repeating the direction of the legs just by creating this ticks. So the first stick like that, and the second stick like that. Let's repeat it on the other sets. Now when we have the first pair of RL x, let's move on and create the next pair, and then the next pair again with the sticks. So firstly, let's just figure out where we need to put them. And we can create this horizontal line here under this little triangle that we created. And now we know where to put our next. So again, just trying to repeat the sheep, trying to repeat the direction of the legs just with the sticks are obese in it on the other side. Now let's create one more horizontal line to know where to put the next pair of legs. But firstly, let's just try to figure out where we need to put it in general. So let's just mark out this line and from this little mark we will create a horizontal line like that. So when we have this mark, let just repeats the legs. So when we have all these six for the legs, Let's just add some flesh to that. We will go for all of them and we will try to recreate the shapes that we see on the reference pictures. But as we are going to be working with the symmetry later on, you can just pay attention to the details just on one side. So for example, let just add the details to the left one. We will go to the leg and we will try to recreate the shape that we have here. You can start by creating simple shapes like that. So for example, I'm starting from that rectangle and then I will go and recreate the shapes that I see on the reference picture. So I will go and add some spikes and I will try to repeat the direction of the lines. See on the reference pictures, you don't really need to recreate all the shapes with 100 percent of similarity. You just need to try to repeat what you see on the reference pictures. When we have the first leg, Let's move on and let's repeat the legs on the board. So don't forget that they are not separate from the body and you need to connect them with the body. Now let's just go through all the shapes that we have here and we will add some details. Again, we can add the details just on one side. So let's work a little bit. On the face. We will make the lines a little bit smoother. We will add this mouthparts, these antennas and suggests repeat the shapes that you see on your reference pictures. Let's work on this shape. We will make it a little bit more rounder, and we'll connect these two shapes together with the soft lines. You can erase all the lines that you don't need or if they don't bother you, you just can leave that. I will work a little bit more on the outline of the fore wings. And when we added all the details and when we're satisfied with everything that we have here, we can do the following. We can go to that transform, so, and we can use the uniform free form distort and work methods to make our illustration a little bit more better. So let's just go firstly to the free form and I will shrink it a little bit down to achieve the same view that we have on the reference picture, we can go to the distort two ends. We can just make it a little bit smaller on soap and a little bit bigger on the bottom. If you want to play a little bit more, you can go to the work too, and you can adjust that in accordance with your vision and in accordance with the reference picture. When you're satisfied with the transformation of edges, go to the top panel and we will tap on this little icon with the arrow. Now when we have our sketch, Let's move on to the next part where we are going to be agent the colors. 3. Symmetry tool & Scarab Coloring: So to end the colors, we will need to go to the layers and we will need to create one more layer. We will put it under the layer with our sketch. Now let's get back to the layer with earsketch and we will tap on this little icon m. We will adjust the opacity of the layer. So move the slider a little bit to the left and leave it as 50, 55 percent. You still need to see what's going on onto your canvas to recreate a refund that you have, but you don't really need it to bother you when he did it. Let just swipe this layer with the sketch from right to left and we will choose lock that will prevent us from working on the wrong layer. Now when we have the new layer that we created for our colors, let's just grab another brush and let's just grab another color. So for the brush onto the stage, I prefer to use some smooth brushes, such as technical pen or round brush, because later on I want to use the color drop. If you're using some sexual brushes, you might need to recolor your illustration a little bit more in a natural way. So you will need to recolor it manually. So I will go and grab the technical pen and I will go to my palettes, and I will choose the color from them. These are the limited palettes. And if you don't want to work with them, you can pick your own colors. Or if you don't want to pick your own colors, you can pick the colors from the reference picture. It will work the same way as if you were picking the colors from your Canvas. So you can go and with one finger on the color that you want to be, cooled it down and select the color. So I will get back to my palettes and I will be working with the second one. So for these beetle, I will pick this color, but before I go in and starting to making the outlines and starting to recover in our objects. Let's just go to the background layer and change the background color. I like to work with that dark backgrounds because you can see clearly what is going on onto your canvas. You can see how the colors work together and the colors are looking a little bit better when you are working with the dark background. As I am working with a limited palette, I will go and I will choose the color from the second palettes and it's going to be this one. See that? It's really hard to see what's going on on the layer with the sketch. So I will get back to it. I will unlock it and I will go and change the color of the outlines of this layer. So to do so, we will need to go to the adjustments and we will need to go to the hue saturation and brightness. Here we can move your sliders and find what works best with your background. So for example, I will stop at these bright outlines. So when you are satisfied, let just go to the top panel. We will tap on this little icon with the magic ones. Then we will go to the layers. We will swipe from right to left the layer with our sketch and we will choose a look one more time. Now let's get back to the layer that we created for the coloring and we will start coloring our object. So how we are going to be doing it? We will go and grab our brush. And before creating our outlines, we will go and turn on the symmetry feature. To do so, we will need to go to our Actions. We will need to go to the Canvas and we will need to toggle drawing guides. You can see that now it is just some cells and it's not what we need. Let's just go to edit, drawing guide on the Watson, you have a little panel. We will need to go to this symmetry. With this symmetry, you will see that you have a little line that you can move to your illustration and you need to position it in a way that it is right in the middle of your. So let's just do it. You can play little bit with a capacity of this line with a thickness and two, you need to change the color of this line. Now it is black or grayish and ends you don't really see what's going on on the canvas and you don't really see what's going on with this slide. So on the top you can select any color that you like. So when you are done, ledger step down. Now, if you go to the layers, you will see that one of the layers is set as assistant. And as we were working with the layer with the sketch, these layer is now assist that and it's not what we need. So let's just tap on it. And into this drop-down menu, we will choose drawing assist. Now we go to the layer underneath it. We will tap on it and we will choose Drawing Assist on so this layer. So here we are going to be creating our outlines and here we are going to be creating our colors. Now what we need to do, we need to go to our Canvas and we need to start recreating our lines. We will be creating the outlines. And you can see that what I'm doing on one side is repeated on another. So let's just go and create the outlines in this way to make your strokes a little bit more smoother, you can tap on your brush. You can go to the brush studio and you can adjust the streamline value. So to make this smooth lines go with 80, 85 percent. And you can understand how your line will behave by going to the drawing pad and trying out your strokes when you're satisfied with it, you can just tap done. Remember that you can always get back to this feature and adjusted in accordance with your needs. So now we'll go to our Canvas and we will start recreating the lines that we have on our sketch. Again, you are not limited with what you have on to your sketch. You can add things, you can adjust things, you can just some of them, it's all up to you. So let's create our first sheep. You can adjust it ends when we have it, we will go and we will just color drop the color into this area. So that's probably what we're going to be doing. We will be going through our shapes, we will be picking the colors and we will be dragging the color to these areas to recolor them. So make the outline, drag the color, go to the next part of the beetle. When you're done recoloring your main shapes, ledgers go to the layer with our sketch and we will hide it. Now we can see what we need to fix and ledgers go for all of our elements and we will adjust that when you're satisfied with your result. Let just add some details. But before doing this, we will go to our earlier with the colorant and we will tap on it and we will choose alpha lock. When we are working with alpha lock, we are working only with a quantity that we already have on to this layer. So let me show what I mean. I will tap on the colors, I will pick another color. So for example, I will go with this yellow and I will go and I will create some stripes, go in through there fore wings. You can see that if I'm going a little bit beyond their frames, nothing is happening. I'm just adding the lines and I'm not going to be under frames, not going beyond the coloring that I already have on to this layer. So let's just go through all the shapes and add some details. So in the same way, we will add the ice. I will go and I will pick another color. I will make my brush a little bit bigger and I will just go and add the ice. Also, I want to add even more details and I will separate these parts of the legs from one another. I will just select another color for these elements and I will just go through all of them and I will recolor this. So just separating the parts from one another. If you want to add some details and go beyond the frames, you will need to go to the layers one more time. You will need to tap on it and you will need to turn off the Alpha Lock. So for example, I will go here and adds the claw. When you want to get back to you, again, go to the layers. You are tapping on it and you are choosing Alpha log. Let's add even more details. So for example, some dots or anything that you want. If you have some texture brushes, you can try them out right here. If you don't want to do it, just leave it as it is. And when you are satisfied, we will move on to the next illustration. 4. Darkling Beetle: Sketch & Coloring: So firstly, let's go and make this illustration a little bit smaller. We will go to the transform, so we will go to the uniform method and we will just shrink it down a little bit. Now let's move it aside. Let's go to our layer with the sketch. We will unhide it, we will unlock it. We can also make it smaller, put it aside, and we will start by recreating the shape of the different buck. So firstly, let's go and pick another reference picture. We will tap on this little icon. We will tap Clear. We will go and import another image. So for example, I will go and I will be working with this one. Let's just make it a little bit smaller and let's just start recreating the sheep's. So again, I will go and I will pick another brush, I will pick another color, and I will just start in the same way, recreate and what we have here, let's just start from the hat. So for the hat, we will need the shape like that. We will need to recreate the sheep that we have right here. So you can go and creates a little trapezium like that. We will need to make the shape of the body. So let's just go and create a little rectangle like that will smoothen the corners by creating the rounded rectangle arrays, everything that you don't need work on your sketch. Now you can see that we have elite cell triangle right here. So let's just find the center of this rounded rectangle that we created ends beneath it. We will create a little tray and go try to simplify error event. Not pay attention to all the details. Not tried to recreate a Ruffin as you see, it, tries to find the blocks, try to find some pieces that you can recreate and to work with them. So now let's move on and let's recreate this by again, we will go and we will create some kind of that Alice shape. I will make it a little bit bigger on the bottom, and I will make this little thing on the bottom as well. We can move on and we can add this line in the center. And we will need to recreate these antennas and we will need to recreate the legs again. Let's start with the legs and we will go and start recreating them the same way as we did with the previous beetle. We will be working with sticks. So firstly, let's find out where we need to put the first pair of the legs. And it's going to be somewhere here. So you can create the horizontal line like that to put them on the same line. And let just start recreating the sheeps with the sticks. Repeat the same steps with the rest of the legs. Let's move on to the antennas and we will just create them again with the sticks. You can end the flush to the legs right here or it can leave it to the next part where we are going to be agent the colors. Now when you are ready with your little scheme, with your sketch, Let's just go to the Selection tool. We will choose free hands methods, we will select our shape. Then we will go to the Transform tool and we will resize it. We will transform it, we will adjust that in a way that we need. So firstly, I will go with the free form method. I will make it a little bit shrink down. I will go to the distort and I will adjust it in accordance with the reference picture. If you want to play a little bit more, go to the warp tool and adjusted in accordance with your vision. When you're satisfied, Let's get back to the uniform methods and we will make it a little bit smaller when it's done. Let's get back to our top panel and we will tap on the Selection tool. When you are done with this, you already know what to do. Let's go to the layers and let's wipe from right to left the layer with our sketch and we will look in, we will get back to our layer with the coloring and we will need to firstly turn off the Alpha Lock. When we did it, we need to move this symmetry line right onto our new shape. So let's again go to the Actions. Let's go to the canvas and let's go to Edit Drawing Guides. Move this line to the center of this picture and when you're ready, let just tap done. And then we will grab another brush, we will grab another color, and we will be recreating everything the same way as we did with our first illustration. I will be working again with the same color palettes. So let me remind you what we are going to be doing. We will go and we will start by recreating the sheeps and creating the outlines. You have the outline just go and drag the color and put it on this area. Repeat the same steps by going and creating the outlines for other sheets. When you have the base coloring, Let's go and turn off the layer with the sketch. Now you can go and add some details. But firstly, let's just go and fix everything that we can fix. Now let's go and turn on the Alpha Lock. So we're going to our layer with a color where it's happened in it and we are choosing Alpha log on. So this drop-down menu, now grab another color and add some details to your illustration. If you still want to see where the segments, where you can go to the layer with the sketch and you can turn it on. When you're satisfied with what you have here, we will go to the selection, so we will select our elements right here. We will go to the transform, so and we will make it a little bit smaller. Let's just go and put it aside when you did it, Let's just go to the layers. Let's unlock the layer with our sketch and let just move this gauge a little bit aside as well. So again, go to the selection tool, select your object, go to the transform to make it smaller and put it aside. Now let's repeat everything one more time and create one more beetles. 5. Weevil Beetle: Sketch & Coloring: Firstly, we will go and we will select another reference picture. So it's happening, SAP clear PSAP input image and choose another beetle. So probably I will go with this one. Let's get back to the layer with our sketch and let just start recreating the shape that we see on our reference peek trap. So I will go and grab another brush. I will grab another color, and I will just try to recreate what I see on the reference picture. Again, try to simplify everything. I tried to go and create these little shapes, not in general, but segment sets. So let just start from creating this little ellipse on the top, we can create a line that is going down so we will know where to put everything that we have here. We will need to recreate this little thing, this little nodes that it has. So let just create another ellipse. Let's create one more ellipse, little bit bigger, where maybe we will go with a trapezius sheep. Then we will add the bigger ellipse. And after that, we will create a little shape of the rectangle. We will make the corners a little bit rounder. We can go to the Selection tool. We can select everything that we have here. We can go to the Transform tool. We can adjust what we have here. So for example, I will write the way go to the free form and I will shrink it down a little bit. I will adjust the shape on the bottom. I will make it a little bit more elongated, a little bit more rounded. And when we have it, let just add the details. Again. We will go and find the place where we need to put our legs and we will go just with the street lights. So creating the horizontal line, creating this sticks and figuring out where we need to put the legs. In general, Let's end this little spikes right here. Let's add these antennas. Let's work on the legs. Again, let's go to the Selection tool. We will select our sketch, we will go to the Transform tool and we will adjust that in accordance with the reference picture that we have. So I will go to the uniform method, I will make it a little bit smaller. I will distort it and warp it and try to recreate what I see on the reference picture. When you're done, let us go to the top panel and deselect error effect. Now you can add the details right here or you can go strictly to the layer where we are aging our coloring and add the colors right there. So I won't end the details right here. I will go strictly to the layer with the colorant. But firstly, into the layers, I will swipe right to left, and I will choose lock. I will go to the layer with the colors. I will tap on it and I will turn off the Alpha Lock. Now, let's go grab another color. Let's go grab another brush and let's just start recreating the sheets, add in the colors, creating the outlines, dragging the color and putting it on the areas, and just working in the same way that we used to do it before. But firstly, we will need to adjust this symmetry lines. So let's again go to the actions and we will choose Edit Drawing Guide will move this line and put it right in the center of our illustration. When we're done, we are just heating done. Now let us go and try to recreate what we have. Again, don't try to repeat a refund with a 100 percent of similarity. Just try your best. If you need to create the better shapes, use the quick shape CSU. So for example, I will create the ellipse right here, and I will hold down my Apple Pencil at the ends of the line. You can go to Edit shape on the top and she can just play little bit with the shape that you need. When you're satisfied with your shape, just tap on your screen and continue edge in your color is continue edge in your outlines. When you're satisfied with your colors, when you have everything that you need colors wisely just hide the layer with our sketch and let just go for all the shapes and fix everything that we can fix. When you're ready to add some details. Let's just go to the layer with our colors. Let's tap on it and let's choose Alpha Lock. Go for all the shapes and add all the details that you want. When you're satisfied with your bug, we need to turn all of the symmetry line and we can move on to the next part of the class where we're going to be creating this seamless pattern. 6. Making a Seamless Pattern: So to turn off the symmetry line, we will need to go to actions. We will need to toggle drawing guide. We need to go to the layers and we need to set off this layer as assisted. So let's tap on it and let's choose both Alpha Lock and Drawing Assist. Let's close our reference window and let's create one more layer with these illustrations. So we will go and we will swipe from right to left with this layer that we have for our colors, with our elements. And we will create its applicants. So tap on the duplicates and we will start just one image just in case if we want to create another pattern or EF2 just wants to create the simple stickers or anything from these illustrations. So let's just hide one of these layers. Now when we have everything that we need, we can just start creating the cowpeas. We can just start repositioning our illustrations by creating a seamless pattern. So what we are going to be doing, we will be go to the selection, so we will be selecting our elements. We will be making the copies. So to make a copy of this elements, we will need to use our free fingers. We will need to swipe down and we will need to use copy when we cope with our elements, we need to paste it. So again with three fingers, slide down, choose Paste. If you go to the layers, you will see that we have a new layer with this inserted image, you can go to the transform tool, you can move it, you can rotate it. You can readjusted in any way that is possible. And that's what we're going to be doing right now. So let's just make this illustration a little bit smaller. Lead, just reposition it, and let just start adjusting our elements onto the canvas when you are done with this little version of this. But we need to merge these two layers together because we need everything to be on one layer. So let's just go to our layers. Let's tap on this inserted image and let's choose merge down. What do we have everything on one layer, we will continue repositioning our elements. So go into a selection. So selecting our elements, go into that transform tool. So rotating, moving it, reposition it onto our canvas. Let's make a few more copies of these elements and again position them onto the canvas. So with three fingers, slide down when this area is selected, choose Copy with three fingers, swipe down and choose Paste. Move these elements, make it smaller, make it bigger, reposition it, work onto your illustration. When it's done, go to the layers and merge these two layers together. If you want to add some additional elements, for example, some leaves, you can do it onto the same layer. So just go grab some brush, grab some color and add your additional elements. Your main goal here is to fill the area and position everything nicely. So when you're satisfied with your result, religious, figure out how it looks right now as a pattern. We will go to one website that I will put into description and we will just understand how it looks right now. So here's our website and what we'll need to do right now is to go to our Canvas and do the following. We will deal with our three fingers and we will swipe down, we will choose Copy all. We will again with three fingers swipe down and we will choose Paste. You can see that we have one new layer with everything that we have on our Canvas. Now go to this layer, tap on it, hold it, and move it to this website. You can see that we have some places with some issues. So we have a lead, so segmented areas. So we can really see that it's not this seamless pattern, It's just a pattern and we can fix it. So what we will need to do, let's just get rid of this illustration that we just created. I mean, the layer that we created, we don't really need it anymore. We will go to our main layer where we created our pattern and we will do the following. Firstly, we will swipe down from right to left and we will duplicate it. We will go to the layer on the boards and we will go to the transform. So we will choose snapping and we will talk about magnetics and snapping to now when we chose it, we will get back to our layer and we will just move it to the side until we see this little line in the center. And we will do the same with the copy of this layer. Firstly, let's just make one more copy of this layer just to stack it. So swipe from right to left, choose Duplicate, hide it, go back to this layer and do the same thing. One more time. We will go to the Transform tool and we will move it to the side until we see that it snapped perfectly to the center. Can see that we can add some details here on the center or we can readjust our objects. But firstly, let's go to the layers and we will merge these two layers together. So let just tap on the layer above and legis choose merge down. Now let's readjust our elements right here to make it look a little bit more seamless. So again, we will go to our selection tool. We will start to select our objects and we will start to reposition them when you're satisfied with what you have here, we will need to do the same thing one more time. So let's again go to our layers. We will make the copy of this layer that we just created that we were working on. So swipe from right to left, choose Duplicate, get back to the layer underneath, go to the Transform tool, and now we will need to move it down. So again with snapping and magnetics on, we will move it down until we see this blue line in the center. We will go to the layer that we created above it and do the same thing, go into the transform to moving it up until we see this line here. Let's go back to the layers. Let's merge these two layers together. So tap on the layer above, Merge Down. And again we will readjust or add more elements to make this pattern a little bit more seamless. Now let's try the website one more time. We will again go to our Canvas with three fingers. We will swipe down, we will choose Copy all. We will swipe down one more time and we will choose Paste. Now we have this layer with everything that we have on the canvas. We will happen, it will hold it and we will move it here on the website. And you can see that now it looks even better than before. Now we don't have these lines that we have before, these dividing lines of our canvas. And you can see that it is really nice if you still have some places that you need to feel. If you still have some blank spaces between the elements, just repeat the last step one more time. Just make the copy of the layer and move it up, move it down, move it to the left, move it to the right and create another pattern. And when you are satisfied with your result, we are at the end of our class. I hope you found this class helpful and if you liked it, please check out the other classes, give a follow and leave your review, and thanks for watching.