iPad Pattern Making Workflow - and how to use it for print on demand jobs

Viki Kloper-Weidenfeld, Teaching creativity using iPad

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13 Videos (22m)
    • Introduction

      0:54
    • Apps you can use

      1:08
    • Short overview of iOrnament app

      1:02
    • Short overview of Graphic app

      1:04
    • Short overview of Procreate app

      0:56
    • Lets make a pattern in iOrnament app

      2:07
    • How to export a tile from iOrnament app

      1:04
    • Making different sizes of the pattern for different products

      2:57
    • Using the pattern in Procreate app for different coloring effects

      2:53
    • Presenting the mockups for different products using the pattern we designed

      1:24
    • Your assignment for this class

      0:53
    • Bonus

      4:55
    • Final thoughts

      0:25

About This Class

In this class I am going to show how to design a pattern backgrounds using only your tablet. And how to prepare it for a print on demand jobs. No PC or MAC is needed. You will need only your iPad.

You can use print on demand for products for your own use for example giving an original gift for someone with a design pattern that you made.Or you can make a side leaving from uploading your designs and people will buy the products and you will get payed for your design.This class is for beginners. Even if you think that you can't draw you will be able to make the assignment of this class.

links for apps to download :

iOrnamnet

Graphic

Procreate 

14 of 14 students recommendSee All

Yes! I recommend this class. Wow!!! what a class. As a premium subscriber I watched a lot of surface pattern design classes on skillshare, but this short class has so, so much in such little time, I learned a lot, for someone that is not super experienced in surface pattern and although I am a fashion designer I am not drawing a lot by hand but instead I do a lot of digital sketching, so this is a great start for a beginner to experience surface pattern designer because you still get to learn three different applications for one purpose, making surface patterns and also how to bring your work to Society six to sell it. Awesome!!! can't get better than this, Instructor also just explained things well without wasting too much time, just simple and concise, I look forward to follow her for more classes.
Yasmine Salcedo

Fashion Designer

This gives a very quick-paced overview of a workflow for creating a pixel-based (non-vector) pattern using iPad apps.

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Viki Kloper-Weidenfeld

Teaching creativity using iPad

I am a self taught artist and designer. The world of color and shape inspires me as I continue to grow and gain more knowledge and skills.

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