I love patterns.
I mean, who doesn’t? They can be classy, fun, playful, monochrome, super colored, and they fit on basically everything, from home decoration, to phone cases, and fashion. Besides, they are easy to be assembled on virtually any graphic editor on the market, and a single motif can be reused several times, with different effects every time!
I mainly work on my Ubuntu Studio machine, therefore I create my patterns with GIMP, my favorite graphic editor: I like the fact that, since this software is available for Linux and Windows, I can create my matrix files on Linux and then re-use them on Windows, and vice-versa.
Let’s see how I use GIMP to create my patterns.
My “Kiss Me” Collection is growing larger! Brand new products were added to this collection! (More stuff will still come, though!)
This is just a sneak peek of all the good stuff that was added recently:
via “Moonrise” Acrylic Blocks by Bee-Bee Deigner | Redbubble
Photo taken with my Sony Xperia XZ phone and manipulated on Adobe Photoshop.