In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll look at a filter called Pattern Maker.
You can find it in the Photoshop CS2 and CS3 versions in the Filter menu under Plastic / Liquify.
This filter works very simply – you show him the area from which you intend to make a texture, then click the “Generate” button and Photoshop will offer you up to 20 different texture options. You will only have to choose the one you like and save it as a pattern.
And now more …
You have opened a photo from which you will create a texture:
Go to the menu Filter-Pattern Maker (Filter – Designer patterns)
This opens the window where with the help of the tool we select the area that will be involved in the formation of the texture.
After the section is selected, click on the Generate button and Photoshop will present several texture options.
If you like some kind of pattern, then click on the button with a floppy disk to save. She is in the lower right corner.
Give the name:
Click OK. Window Designer patterns can close.
The texture is at your disposal! You can apply it to design a photo, overlay on some objects and in any other cases.
I made the second frame using the normal function Define Pattern (Define texture) which is in the menu Edit (Editing).
See you at www.http://photobecket.com!