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Creare Sfondi piastrelle in Photoshop CS5
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Photoshop offre un diversi modi per creare modelli in maiolica. In questo tutorial, avremo uno sguardo al più semplice il modo più diretto per creare un'immagine in maiolica. Queste immagini affiancate sono perfetti per gli sfondi, sia per un sito web o di un layout di stampa.

Se avete intenzione sulla creazione di un fondo in piastrelle per l'uso sul web, tanto per essere sicuro di mantenere il vostro file di bassa risoluzione (72ppi) e nello spazio colore RGB. Se si sta creando uno sfondo piastrellato per la stampa commerciale, quindi assicuratevi di impostare il file come un documento CMYK 300ppi. Ok, cominciamo!

Here's how to create and apply a pattern...

Fase 1

Aprire il file che si desidera utilizzare come modello.

Questo file può essere qualsiasi tipo di immagine che si ha - una foto, un logo, un cartone animato ... anche testo funzionerà. Detto questo, tenere a mente che immagini più piccole di solito funzionano meglio. Certo potete spezzare uno 5x7 "foto, ma un'immagine più piccola sarebbe molto più efficace.

Fase 2

Utilizzando lo strumento Selezione rettangolare, selezionare l'area dell'immagine che si desidera utilizzare come modello.

For example, you may only want the top portion of your image to be used as a pattern, or maybe a corner. Go ahead and select that area. Be sure that Feather is set to 0 on the Options bar. Alternatively, if you want to use the entire image, select everything by choosing Select > All.


Now we need to save the selection as a pattern.

Fase 3

Choose Edit > Define Pattern.

Fase 4

In the Pattern Name dialog box that appears, go ahead and give your new pattern a name, then click OK.


Great! Now that our pattern is defined, we can go and use it. What we'll do is create a new blank file and fill it with our new pattern.

Fase 5

Creare un nuovo documento vuoto di Photoshop.

Once again, keep in mind where you want to use your pattern and set your document's resolution, color space, and dimensions accordingly.


Now we're ready to fill our file with our saved pattern.

Fase 6

Choose Edit > Fill.

Fase 7

From the Use pull-down menu at the top, choose Pattern.

Passo 8

Next, from the Custom Pattern drop-down, choose the pattern that you just created; then click OK.


Your file is filled with your newly defined pattern. Nice! At this point, you may want to save the image out for use on the web or perhaps for a layout you're working on in InDesign. Either way, creating patterns is pretty fast 'n easy in Photoshop!

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Geoff Blake

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Geoff Blake is a book author, video presenter, designer, and visual artist. As an in demand live-on-stage software educator since 1997, Geoff has taught desktop publishing, web design and graphics courses all over North America and is regarded as an expert in Adobe's Creative Suite applications, as well as in HTML, CSS, WordPress, and related technologies. With his humorous, non-jargonny approach, Geoff produces highly regarded articles, video training and DVDs, and regularly contributes to top industry magazines and websites.

Comments

Mar 24, 2011
Dawn Fleetwood
This is fantastic. Why can't all Photoshop tutorials be as clear and easy as this one. Thank you so much.
Jun 12, 2012
Just had to sign up to thank you for this tutorial. Brilliant, clear and now I know exactly what I am doing :)
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