Create a Seamless Repeat on your iPad
When I first got my iPad I thought there wasn’t an easy way to make a seamless repeat pattern without using my computer at some point.Â Then I discovered this super easy method!Â In this class, I’ll show you my whole process + tons of ways to create repeat pattern elements on your iPad.
In the class, I show my entire process for creating repeat pattern element, and cover easy ways to create solid shapes, outlines, and ways to add color to your pattern.
In the class I cover:
two methods for creating repeat elements on your iPad including hand drawn illustrationÂ and tracing.
how to create a basic repeat pattern from start to finish.
how to check your repeat pattern to be sure it repeats seamlessly.
how to create a half-drop repeat pattern.
I’ll start with a basic repeat pattern using hand drawn repeat elements inspired by Mexican folk art:
Then we’ll create a half drop repeat using some 90s style illustrations in a bold 90’s color palette:â€‹
Ready to take this class?Â Go to the class page to get started.Â If you don’t have a Skillshare membership, you can still watch the class for free and get the free downloable templates and brushes.Â Just sign up for a 2 month free trial to get started.Â See you there!
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