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Houndstooth pattern Photoshop

Houndstooth Seamless Repeat in Photoshop — Another Digital


In a previous post I talked about simulating the look of a Tartan plaid using Photoshop Elements. The same technique can be used to create a digital version of other weave patterns. I won’t go through all the steps which were covered in the earlier post, but the basic steps are:

  • create one unit of the repeating pattern (I do this using the rectangle tool in Photoshop)
  • define it as a pattern in Photoshop (Edit ==> Define Pattern)
  • use the pattern to fill another object with the repeating pattern (Edit ==> Fill)
  • select and change the colors as desired

Houndstooth is a popular pattern lately, and easy enough to create digitally. I did a couple slightly different versions. Here is the template for one repeat unit of the first houndstooth pattern. This pattern is fairly detailed in order to get the pattern to look smooth in repeat.

And here is the repeat houndstooth pattern.

Below is a second version of a houndstooth pattern.

And here’s a look at it in repeat.

A note about resizing patterns. Once you’ve created a repeat pattern, it’s easy to change its size. From the menu select Image ==> Resize ==> Image Size. re, change the size and then in the drop-down list select Nearest Neighbor. This will preserve the hard edges of your pattern.



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FAQ

Zeezee
Please someone help me with adobe photoshop and creating repeat patterns with my own designs, I cant get any?

Where with it. I know what I want to do as I did it in class in college but it was years ago and I can't remember how.
Basically I am drawing my own designs and want to make them into a repeat pattern. I am drawing them on paper and I will then scan them into my Computer. Then use photoshop to make them into repeat patterns and put the colour in.
So for example I have drawn a flower. How do I make that one flower into several flowers to make a repeat pattern?
I would be so grateful for any help as I am not getting anywhere with online tutorials and the courses in my…

Ok it's simple abjalolo once you have your flower open in Photoshop go to edit>define pattern and that is all you need to do. :) Then you can use it in your layer styles. :D

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