Pixel Art 1 Pattern Set for Photoshop or Gimp

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I had some fun making 30 tiny seamless patterns out of pixels, so I called this set pixel art patterns! These patterns are around 100 pixels or smaller and might be useful for some retro looking stuff or something where you want to achieve a 'low-res' look. They all ended up in shades of blue for some reason, but it's easy enough for you to change the color! Included in the download is a .pat file, which ONLY works with Adobe Photoshop. Also included in the download are .png's of each pattern, which works great with Gimp. Note that Gimp can read a .pat file too, but a different type and I personally like to keep them as .png's for Gimp. Let me know how you like this pixel art stuff!


Pixel Art 1 Pattern Set for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Teclogo's picture

very beautiful

very beautiful

Jaka Zulham's picture

Very Beautifull pattern .

Very Beautifull pattern . .
thank's for sharing :)

Laura's picture

Thanks very much.

Thanks very much.

Bill's picture

Thank you very much, Laura!

Thank you very much, Laura!

Margriet's picture

Thank you so much for the

Thank you so much for the beautiful patterns and texures

Bill's picture

Sure thing, Margriet!

Sure thing, Margriet!

maggie's picture

Beautiful work, Thank you:)

Beautiful work, Thank you:)

Bill's picture

You are welcome, maggie!

You are welcome, maggie!

samantha's picture

PRECIOSO!! MUCHAS GRACIAS :D

PRECIOSO!! MUCHAS GRACIAS :D

Marylene's picture

très élégant et très beau,

très élégant et très beau, merci beaucoup !

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