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Learn to Make an Ogee Pattern Repeat
What you'll learn
Learn the step-by-step method for making seamless patterns in Procreate.
Learn the workflow for use of layers and other great features like snapping
Learn the method for adjusting patterns to perfect the flow.
Learn all this and even more methods for adding elements to the design.
Previous Procreate experience is an asset
As a surface pattern designer, whether you create artwork based on trends or not, you'll always benefit from understanding the different types of repeats you can make. Today we will be producing a retro pattern with a medallion/ogee style repeat. Retro patterns are making a comeback. These are very common in mod and vintage styles, in an updated version, of course - like a modern vintage style. We will create this pattern using the symmetry tool built right into Procreate. We will use both a reflected pattern and a radial repeat.This class, Retro Repeat Pattern Design in Procreate, will show you some of my Procreate pattern design methods, and ways to use the pattern to create a brush. In the class, I take you from start to finish in creating a full seamless repeat pattern swatch, suitable for use on POD sites. This pattern repeats in a diagonal fashion and is perfect for so many projects. One of my goals is to show you how we'll be able to recolor it once the pattern is complete. Another fun part is definitely making the pattern into the pattern brush and using it in a quick card design.In this class I'll walk you through:my step-by-step method for making seamless patterns in Procreatemy workflow for use of layers and other great features like snappingadjusting patterns to perfect the flow and adding elements to the designIf you'd like to give it a shot, you'll learn even more about Procreate. This class will benefit anyone who wishes to understand seamless patterns and create a pattern swatch, even if it is the first time ever.The key concepts I will include:review of my brush alterations and adjustmentsbasic steps when creating a repeat tilemethods to make the repeat perfect every timeapproaches you can take in your creative workThis is a good class for you, even if you are not sure what you will use the pattern for, whether it be for fabric design for sites like Spoonflower, scrapbooking paper, or whatever! Learning new Procreate workflows is always desirable. I think you will find this class fun, and satifsying, so hit that play button now!Intro to Retro Repeat Pattern Design in ProcreateThis short intro will give you an overview of the class.Lesson 1: Overview and Document Set UpIn this lesson, I will give an overview of the style we will be working on in class and I will speak to the color schemes that were all the rage in the 70's and 80's.Lesson 2: Sketching and Drawing Initial CurvesIn this lesson, I will break down the complete process of planning your main motif. We will start with a rough sketch, and I show you how to perfect it. Once that is complete, we will start drawing out the curves, so you get a taste for what is to come.Lesson 3: Coloring and Finishing the MotifIn this lesson, we will get through most of the outline shapes including the small, decorative shield-like shape at the base. I show you my trouble-shooting techniques and make any small corrections necessary to ready ourselves for the next step of coloring between all the shapes we have done thus far.Lesson 4: Readying the Swatch for Pattern TestThis is the lesson in which I teach you about creating the seamless tile. I will show you my technique for a foolproof repeat which we will tackle in the next lesson.Lesson 5: Repeating the Swatch for a Full PatternIn this lesson, we repeat the single swatch in the four corners. Once that is done, carefully lining it up, we have our single complete swatch. We use that swatch to further test the pattern by repeating it at half size. Once we are sure it works, we also take it to the next level by creating a pattern brush.Lesson 6: Photoshop and Pattern Applied to MockupsThere are very few mockups available for use in Procreate, and I specifically wanted pajamas, so I will show you the one I purchased for this project, completed in Photoshop. I explain the whole process.Lesson 7: Conclusion, Mockup and Next StepsWe will conclude everything in this lesson. I show you a couple of quick mock-ups with the pattern and we end with a chat about next steps.Concepts covered:Concepts covered include but are not limited to Procreate layering, creating geometric shapes in Procreate, retro pattern, 70's pattern, medallion pattern, ogee pattern, Procreate canvas settings, Procreate snapping and guides, the Brush Studio in Procreate, adjusting Procreate brushes, sizing of documents and brushes, mockup in Photoshop, color adjustments, compositions in retro styles, adding other interesting details, workflow best practices, pattern design best practice, Procreate composites, and much more.You will get.45 minutes of direction from an instructor who has been in graphic design business and education for over 40 yearsknowledge of multiple ways to solve each design challengean outline with links to further researcha list of helpful online sites to further your education into surface pattern designProject DescriptionDo some research on this type of retro pattern. Explore different color schemes while you are at it. Now you are ready to start designing. Follow the steps as they are outlined in the lessons. Once you have completed your swatch, test it at half size and possibly on mock-ups. Share it somewhere when you are done and tag me!!
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Overview and Document Set Up
Lecture 2 Sketching and Drawing Initial Curves
Lecture 3 Coloring and Finishing the Motif
Lecture 4 Readying the Swatch for Pattern Test
Lecture 5 Repeating the Swatch for a Full Pattern
Lecture 6 Photoshop and Pattern Applied to Mockups
Lecture 7 Conclusion, Mockup and Next Steps
Procreate surface pattern designers looking to learn about different types of pattern repeats, specifically a medallion or Ogee repeat.
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