Exploring Patterns in Photoshop Styles

June 15, 2014

Last week we talked about Using Styles to Stretch your Digi-Stash.   Thank you for communicating with us via the Comment Section, which follows each post.  We love hearing your ideas and receiving your input.  Since there were some comments on extracting a designer’s pattern from a set of Styles, let’s explore that a little further today.

The pattern of a Style, is in part, what creates the personality of the Style.  There are a lot of other choices a designer will make when creating a Style (such as Bevel and Emboss, and so forth), but the pattern itself, in general, is what first catches our attention.  Here are some examples of what I mean:

Here we see Stratified Rock, Marble, Chipboard, Leather, Rusted Metal and Snow & Ice patterns.

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Read the rest of this tutorial on theStudio’s blog…………………..

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