Stripes 1 Pattern Set for Photoshop or Gimp

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I had some fun with some procedural striping stuff and ended up creating 30 various stripe patterns with bluish gradients for either Adobe Photoshop or Gimp. Some stripes are horizontal, some are vertical, and some are at angles. All brushes are 512 pixels by 512 pixels. Sorry about the horizontal and vertical brushes in the preview pane below, Photoshop apparently likes to crop what it views as seamless in its Preset Manager. The download contains a single .pat file for Photoshop and all .png's for Gimp. This is my first set of patterns that does not come from source photographs, so let me know what you think!


Stripes 1 Pattern Set for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Burfast's picture

Thanks a lot for this

Thanks a lot for this patterns, they look very good, I'll download it because one never knows when you'll need one like this ;-)

Djolhan's picture

Hi, This pattern is nice, but

Hi, This pattern is nice, but you don't say if it is personnal use only or commercial to ;)

Anyway, thanks for this job !

Bill's picture

Djolhan, Everything on

Djolhan,

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Anonymous's picture

Thanks for making this! I'm

Thanks for making this! I'm dorkily going to use it to make a rope I've drawn textured!

Annars43's picture

Love it!!! Thanks

Love it!!! Thanks

Pedro Gusmão's picture

Thank you man!!! Tanks god

Thank you man!!! Tanks god there is people like you in the world. Regards from Brasil!

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