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Repeat patterns in Photoshop by melemel Repeat patterns in Photoshop by melemel
Update: It has been pointed out to me by a couple of people that there is in fact a MUCH faster way of doing this. The new tutorial is on my blog here [link] Trust me its a lot easier!

Brushes used in this tutorial are here: [link]

Lots more on my blog:
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Given 2008-10-23
Seamless patterns are an excellent tool that can be used in many creative ways to enhance your digital designs. Repeat patterns in Photoshop by *melemel is a wonderful tutorial that will guide you through the steps of creating your very own custom seamless patterns. ( Featured by znow-white )
:icondraqza:
Another way you can do this, I believe, is just to go to Filter > Other > Offset, type in each pixel box half the width/height of your image, and choose "Wrap Around" for Undefined Areas.
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melemel Dec 2, 2008  Professional
Yes - i realised that after another deviant pointed it out, so I re-did the tutorial on my blog [link] . I'll have to check out the wrap-around feature though - thanks
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:icondraqza:
Oh, so they did... guess I should've read all the comments a little more closely ;)
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melemel Dec 4, 2008  Professional
lol no worries
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FrancescaPw Nov 21, 2008
Wonderful! Thank you ^^
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:iconmindmusic:
So simlpe x3 thx. Gonna try it someday :3
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AmandaLam Oct 28, 2008   Interface Designer
Awesome! I was wondering if there was a trick to it.

And congrats on the DD! :D
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capnkupo Oct 26, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
This is just the thing I needed. I had something I wanted to make into a pattern, but didn't know how to approach it. This certainly simplifies things, now I have a better chance. =P

Thank you for this tut [and its updated easier version]

Congrats on the DD too!

^_^
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melemel Oct 27, 2008  Professional
You are welcome - thanks
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The find of the week, thanks.
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