The Photoshop Series: Receding Patterns | Krittika Mittal | Skillshare

The Photoshop Series: Receding Patterns

Krittika Mittal, Graphic Designer

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6 Videos (19m)
    • Introduction

      0:53
    • Making your Repeating Pattern

      5:31
    • Basics of Receding Patterns

      2:00
    • Receding It

      5:25
    • Adding Your Background

      4:38
    • Finale

      0:26

About This Class

Do you want to give your patterns an interesting twist? Well, this is the class fro you. In today's class we will learn how to make a receding pattern. Receding patterns are super cute and very easy to make. Usually used for children's illustration books, these patterns create depth and give a sense of infinity.

We will explore all the options quickly: using an existing pattern (Illustrator or Photoshop) you've made or making a new one, to understanding how to make a receding pattern.

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To further hone your pattern making skills, you can also check out some of these other classes :

  • For Photoshop

The Photoshop Series: Creating Seamless Patterns and Custom Print Envelopes 

  • For Illustrator

Geometric Patterns 101: Triangular Patterns

Geometric Patterns 101: Shape In Shape Pattern

Geometric Patterns 101: Low Poly Patterns

  • Class on digitizing your artwork and making a pattern (Illustrator)

Simplified Pattern Design

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Krittika Mittal

Graphic Designer

 

Hey everyone! I'm a graphic designer based out of New Delhi, India. I started my education in architecture but during art studios realized that making art was what made me more happy than making buildings. I started learning Illustrator and Photoshop in all my free time ( all thanks to Skillshare) and moved into the line full time when I graduated.

 I currently work full time as a Designer. I love all things colorful and pattern-isc (the INDIAN ROOTS).&n...

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