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Catcrazzy
18th Sep 2009, 2:40 AM
Are there any good tutorials that can show me how to make my own textures,designs,and custom shapes?I like to make my own patterns and i want to start to make some really cool stuff.I have started on some stuff but i want to get in to more advanced stuff.

I want to learn how to make like sheer textures,flowers and designs,my own custom brushes,my own patterns,curly shapes.

stuff like you see here..

http://www.fatstrawberry.com/

Thank you in advance..

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I am using Paint Shop Pro X2

Tahera
18th Sep 2009, 10:29 PM
Try this link (http://www.modthesims.info/wiki.php?title=Tutorials:TS3_Pattern_Tutorials)

Gangreless
19th Sep 2009, 12:00 AM
I don't think that's what the op is really looking for, Tahera.

To the op: Try googling 'making seamless patterns' or something similar.

Tahera
19th Sep 2009, 11:22 AM
Oh sorry, I misread the question!

Catcrazzy
22nd Sep 2009, 10:16 PM
I have tried google and all kinds of stuff just not what i am really looking for..I find tutorials.But i am looking to make my own shapes for patterns..I will keep trying..And i will let you know what i come up with..

Thank you again..

FlipGuardian
25th Sep 2009, 6:54 AM
All I do is type "Paint Shop Pro 2 tutorial" in google or youtube

fluttereyes
30th Sep 2009, 1:52 AM
If you want to make vector images and designs to make your own patterns Adobe Illustrator is your best bet. Small vector images from Illustrator can be put together to make a pattern.

If you want to draw intricate patterns by hand it's best to get yourself a graphics tablet.

To make a pattern seamless is pretty easy. How I do it is to make my design or use an image or vector that might not be seamless. I use photoshop, I make the image 700 by 700. I then go to filter > other > offset. I choose my offset to be exactly half of the image sixze so 350 x 350. You then get 4 images in one. You have to clone the joins in the pattern till they're not visible anymore. Just don't touch the edges as you will ruin the seamless edges.

I hope this helps, if not you can pm me if you think I can give you any more info or that I'm on track for what you're looking for.