Thursday, 9 July 2015

Repeating Pattern from CorelDRAW to Photoshop

I wanna show you how to make a tile pattern from CorelDRAW using the Ellipse Tool and repeating the pattern in Photoshop.
This is the preview image.

pattern from cdr to psd

Draw Your Shapes
Step 1
Open the new file document on your CorelDRAW and lets begin to create the tile pattern. In the Tool bar, pick the Ellipse Tool (F7). Set the value of objects position and objects size like shown image below. I create the object size is 50 pixel x 100 pixel.
Go to Window-Color Palletes-Default RGB Pallete. In the Color Pallete, you choose dark brown color to fill the object and right-click on white square to delete the outline.

oval shape

Step 2
Then go to Window-Docker-Transformations-Rotate (Alt+F8). Select the object and set the value of angle is 15°. See the image below. Hit apply to duplicate button at 11 times.


Take the Pick Tool drag marquee select all objects. On the Property bar, click Combine (Ctrl+L) button.


This is the result.

the result

Step 3 
Go to File-Export (Ctrl+E), save as png file. I named as ‘Tile’.


Apply Repeating Pattern in Photoshop Worksheet
Step 1
Open your tile patern (Ctrl+O).

psd worksheet

Go to Edit-Define Pattern. Name your pattern, as shown.
define pattern

Step 2
In the new Photoshop worksheet, create a new file (Ctrl+N) with size is 600 x 600px.

new file

Step 3
Now its time to apply your patten. Create a New Layer icon in the Layers Panel and go to Edit-Fill. In the Fill dialog box, choose one of the following options for Use is Pattern and from the Custom Pattern dropdown, please click the ‘Tile.png’ pattern. I used the Normal mode and Opacity to 100 %. Click OK button.

Your pattern should be like this.

final image

Now I change the Blend Mode to Multiply and Opacity to 40%.
blend mode

We have got the next result with the background color is #cae2c7.

option final

I hope that you learned something from this tutorial and created another techniques with CorelDRAW  tools then apply repeating your pattern in Photoshop.

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