Repeating patterns are too much fun. I'm a little obsessed. Let me walk you through the steps of how to create a non-directional repeating pattern in Illustrator, with help from the Scatter Brush tool. We'll vectorize your motif illustrations and then use the Scatter Brush tool to create a randomized feel, then do a bit more work in Illustrator to create a seamlessly repeating pattern.
Video length: 7:18
Pre-requisite: You'll need to know how to vectorize your illustrations. Purchase the tutorial, How to Vectorize Watercolor Doodles in Illustrator, if you don't know how to do this already.
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"Enjoyed the video, you make it look so easy. Thank you!"
- April Stark
Hey, I'm Jenn Coyle, a Philadelphia-based designer, illustrator, online teacher, and minimalist. I blog at hellobrio.com. I love to teach all about digitizing your artwork in Photoshop and Illustrator, so you can increase your skills for client work, sell digital products, and make more money doing what you love.