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  • Organic Circular Patterns

    by Martinisaac | 6th of January, 2011

    Couple of new uploads to the portfolio, been playing around with these 'organic' circle patterns. The black and white one has a good figure-ground relationship (the balance between the black and white), I like it: See Article
  • New Patterns

    by Martinisaac | 15th of December, 2010

    Here are my newest uploads, I hope y'all like them: See Article
  • Ceilings, surfaces, textures and patterns (a small collection)

    by Bevanward | 12th of October, 2010

    I'm often finding myself looking up at ceilings, developing a cricked neck! I think for the amount of attention to detail that goes into the construction of ceilings, and any surface for that matter, it is a shame we don't spend more time admiring them. Below is a collection... More
  • How to create a good glass engraving pattern

    by Lesnivila | 24th of March, 2010

    Hello, I am always searching for good glass engraving patterns. But what is necessary, to make a good glass engraving pattern? It does not really help the engraver if he or she has a photography of an engraved glass object. Great are patterns which have a white background... More
  • Crochet-ing

    by Littlelion | 12th of January, 2010

    As I said in my last post, it is really hard to find out where my stuff ends up being applied (and under which license), but when I do, most times, I am happy to report, they are used in items I wouldn’t mind have sitting in the living room, lying on the bed, hanging on... More
  • Asanoha, an “Ode to Japan”

    by Littlelion | 5th of January, 2010

    Not unusually, throughout time we get accustomed to symbols, glyphs and patterns so easily to the point of shamelessly ignoring their origin. Our society’s immediacy can become an almost unbeatable murderer to history and beautifully crafted stories. This simple text is... More
  • Unusual Patterns Found in Common Places

    by Toynutz | 9th of June, 2009

    Left: A pile of shattered glass along railroad tracks (left), a brick wall on the side of a church, a tree trunk scorched by forest fire... You can find a surprising assortment of color, texture and abstract design in common places. Here are a few examples of patterns,... More
  • Seamless Patterns

    by Sukro | 11th of December, 2008

    Had some more seamless patterns approved today - I really enjoy making them. I find the process of choosing colours, and deciding where the elements should go in order to make the pattern flow, is almost relaxing :-) How about you? Is there any particular type of illustration... More
  • The struggle to make seamless patterns

    by Sukro | 1st of December, 2008

    I have beens struggling for some time...I had set my mind to creating seamless patterns, but I found out that seamless patterns are really REALLY hard to make. I finally stumbled over a really cool tutorial, written by someone who mananaged to explain seamless patterns... More
  • Composed in Abstract

    by Moth | 12th of August, 2008

    I don't have a good eye for discovering unique compositions in abstract patterns, and I admire those photographers who do. To give myself some materials to learn from, I searched under keywords such as 'pattern', 'abstract', 'objects' or 'still life', and I found some... More
  • Some new Designs

    by Rebeccaosborn | 12th of May, 2008

    So lately I have been having quite a few of my photo works refused.. which when I actually look back over the photos, I can see why.. poor lighting.. out of focus etc.. So I thought I would try my hand at designs.. and what do you know.. they are all getting approved!... More
  • Photographing Architecture - Part I

    by Shadow69 | 9th of August, 2007

    Architecture... it's all around us... we work in skyscrapers, live in houses or high rises... we walk by all types of buildings, we even take vacations to go off to far flung lands... to look at architecture. It isn't just a practical necessity, it has become a window to... More
  • Creating Halftone Pattern effect in Photoshop and Illustrator for Vectors Tutorial

    by Boojoo | 1st of August, 2007

    OK, after reading so many emails about how to create halftone brushes, I will write down 2 simple tutorials for it There is two ways to create half tone patterns 1- Photoshop 2- Illustrator or any other vector editing program. 1- With Photoshop ( we will transfer... More
  • Illustrator Brush sets

    by Boojoo | 18th of July, 2007

    Finally I launched Illustrator Brush sets page on my website. People were asking for Halftone pattern effects or simple grunge elements, so I created bunch of brushes, easy to use. anyways check it out at Burcu See Article

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