Round 2, I guess.
>>2179682Ah, I made a paper with that one too. Mine doesn't have such an interesting background, though, just a gradient. Do you have a source for the pattern in yours, and maybe even others like it? I would love to have a stock of that sort of thing to add into any papers that need extra spice.
>>2179692Seconding this, I'm a low-tier wallpaper creator and I'd love to learn how to do patterned backgrounds, is there any good way to do stripes or spots in gimp?
>>2179692>>2179694It's a Photoshop brush and I can't remember which one it was but it was flowers, on a gray BG with crosshatch filter. I really didn't do much, just randomly put the brushes where I felt it fit.
>>2179692Oh, I just remembered that I did see an album of cartoony Halloween patterns. Not my type of thing, but maybe someone else here will find them useful. https://imgur.com/a/ax7jjeQ >>/wg/7653443 >>2179694For such a simple pattern like that, you can do it yourself. Make a new canvas, a really tiny one, and make a striped or spotted tile. Copy it, and then go to Edit > Paste as > New Pattern. Give it a name and a filename (they can be different if you want), and from then on it will be in your patterns list to use as you like.This method works for tileable patterns, but for something like radial lines you will need a different method.
>>2179698That's what I did with >>2179686. In Photoshop, I went to new image, took a brush line then made the pattern I liked, then went to define pattern. After that, on a new layer, I went to the paint bucket and chose pattern and used that pattern on the new layer. Then I added film grain and dry brush patterns to give it the grainy look.
On this one I made an L shape with the brush. One line was red, the other was purple. When you use the paint bucket on the pattern it gives it that grid look.
>>2179695Ah, thank you. I guess I should be looking for brush packs, then. GIMP has some cool brushes by default, (and you can use the Paste As to make brushes, too), but none are so cute as that. The best we get is GEGL goat and Wilber.>>2179700And it looks super nice! Makes me think of shoji screens.
>>2179694I was looking for radial stripe methods, and I found this guide for using gradients to make stripes, which I think will probably work really well for you.http://opentuts.canalblog.com/archives/2009/09/16/15089982.html
>>2179698>>2179704Thanks anon. I'm such a noob and feel like I haven't used the program to its fullest. I appreciate you linking tutorials like this.it really helps.
>>2179706No worries, man, I'm pretty new too and I didn't know about it either. By helping each other, we help ourselves! <3< Also, I tested the method by making a paper with a render I just did. I forgot to do the supersample bit, so I just blurred it a little instead. The hearts pattern is this one > https://www.onlygfx.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/6-heart-pattern-1.png
>>2179716Yo that's dope. Good job!
>>2179717Thanks! Here's a green version, too, just for you!
>>2179875I just made this. Thoughts?
Made this the other day, any feedback?
>>2180697I can't tell if that's a vector with way too many nodes, or if you're using raster to try to imitate the vector look. Either way, go visit the vector thread (>>2180395) and watch their tutorials. Currently you've got a lot of bumpy lines and gaps.
I really really liked this drawing, so I made way too many edits of it. Seven total, and this is the one I liked best, despite the unfortunate render quality. (This is about the best I could do; the original >>>/wg/7658385 had a really low contrast pink background that was difficult to work with. It's okay on a light background, but dark really shows the rough edges.)
>>2180924Nice edit, here's a tasty ML reprocess