How to create patterns using Photoshop brushes tutorial

How to create patterns using Photoshop brushes in CC 2018 2017 2015 2014 CS6 CS5 etc. How to quickly create a pattern tile using brush strokes tutorial

Patterns from Photoshop brushes

photoshop patterns from brushes how to tutorial
  1. Open new document in Photoshop for the pattern

  2. Select brush tool in Photoshop toolbar

  3. Select color via toolbox / foreground color and select brush

  4. Apply dabs as required (avoiding the edges of the image)

  5. Filter

  6. Other menu and offset (set to 1/2 height and 1/2 width of the image) to shift design for tile

  7. Apply more dabs (again avoiding the edges of the image)

  8. Edit menu

  9. Define pattern command (to create the pattern from the brush strokes)

Brush sets

1. arrow brushes

 

create patterns using photoshop brushes in photoshop tutorial

 

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