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Jun022011

Learning how to do half-drop repeat patterns

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Above: My first attempt at a half-drop repeat pattern in Photoshop.

Oo. Way fun and addictive, with possibilities for paper and fabric designs as well as texturing/background possibilities in my children's book illustrations. Thanks to children's book author and illustrator Jennifer Morris for posting her tutorial on how to create half-drop repeat patterns in Photoshop on her blog.

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