How to make your own pattern in Photoshop

  1. 1. Create a document
  2. 2. Save the sample
  3. 3. Filling

One of the most powerful features of Photoshop is the automation of the process of creating textures and patterns, which can then be used for any kind of purpose. What is a pattern, more precisely, what is a pattern in comparison with a texture? It is very simple: patterns are collections of identical graphic objects that are obviously repeated at regular intervals. Creating an attractive background in design, be it a banner, a website design or a poster, is very important. Choosing the right background, abstraction, vector, or any texture makes it anyway more interesting.

1. Create a document

Create a new document, to begin with 3x1 px , the background is transparent, zoom in on the image and select the Pencil Tool (color black). Paint the middle pixel with a pencil.

2. Save the sample

In order to save the image as a model for further work, go to the menu Edit - Define pattern (Edit - Define pattern) , assign a name to the pattern and save.

3. Filling

The pattern will appear in the pattern palette at the very bottom. Now you do not have much difficulty to use the created pattern Edit - Fill (Edit - Fill) (Shift + F5).

The following are examples: