Pixel Art 2 Pattern Set for Photoshop or Gimp

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Here are 20 various pixel art seamless patterns that I created in black and white. These patterns are a combination of tile and weave type patterns and could be used in web design or other graphic arts projects. These also look good colorized and with lower contrast so they don't stand out so much. The download includes a .pat file which works for Adobe Photoshop CS5 and a .png of each pattern which can be used in Gimp and other programs.


Pixel Art 2 Pattern Set for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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RvDesigns's picture

Thanks for the awesome

Thanks for the awesome patterns

Ahmad's picture

can it be use in

can it be use in adobephotoshop 7 ?

Lin Meyer's picture

thanks for your work !i like

thanks for your work !i like your work!it´s amazing
i´m know my englisch is bad :D,but i didn´t come from england

Lin from germany ;)

Anonymous's picture

Ty!

Ty!

tina's picture

wow, i love it! thank you so

wow, i love it! thank you so much

Anonymous's picture

Can these patterns also be

Can these patterns also be used commercially, for free? (Did the artist give permission for this?)

Tora's picture

Thank´s so cool

Thank´s so cool

Anonymous's picture

Thanks for the awesome

Thanks for the awesome patterns set! They are very sharp and well made. Will make this set the default set for my patterns dialog!

-Fernando Cavendish

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