本视频教程是关于手工绘制重复平面图案及后期Procreate和PS制作视频教程，时长：3小时16分，大小：2.2 GB，MP4高清视频格式，使用软件：Procreate，附源文件，作者：Kristina Hultkrantz，共包含18个章节，语言：英语分享
Procreate 是一款安装在 iPad® 上的功能强大、界面直观的数字绘图应用程序。
它设有许多深受艺术家喜爱的功能，其中包括 120 种简单易用的画笔、高级图层混合、64 位性能以及功能强大的画笔引擎。
由于 Procreate 专为 iPad 设计，所以它充分利用了 iPad 的所有优势。
Welcome to the Procreate and Photoshop edition of my elaborate hand drawn half drop repeat pattern series! This is an intermediate level, super comprehensive class all about patterning making using Procreate and Photoshop. If you love Procreate and you want to take your pattern making to the next level, this class is for you 🙂
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?:
All illustrators and surface pattern designers with a basic/intermediate knowledge of Procreate and Photoshop as well as pattern making. I will not be going over the basic functions of these programs.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
Supplies you will need to create the class project:
2 pieces of paper of the exact same size. I use A3 (297 x 420mm)
General drawing supplies. Pencil and eraser.
iPad, Apple pencil and Procreate app.
Desktop/laptop with Adobe Photoshop. 2021 version if you would like to use the new Pattern View mode.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
In this class I will be sharing my technique for creating elaborate hand drawn half drop repeating patterns using 2 pieces of paper, coloring them in Procreate and finishing them Photoshop and much more.
We will cover the following:
The pros of working with Photoshop.
The limitations of Procreate.
How to build an elaborate hand draw half drop pattern from start to finish.
How to design motifs in Procreate for secondary or coordinating patterns.
How to use Photoshop Pattern View mode.
The 2 reasons why you should not repeat your motifs in your pattern collections or portfolio.
How to simply make your patterns more complex and interesting.
How to create an implied repeat.
How to professionally present your patterns.
And many tips along the way to make better and more interesting patterns.
I am so excited to share my tips with you and to see what you all come up with in your class projects!