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I wonder if there is any experts develp a nice technique for producing seamless material? I saw some one using High Pass filter and mixed with others. But I am not sure how High Pass really going to work. Any suitable link? SMR_PS...

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    Default seamless material: way to do it?

    I wonder if there is any experts develp a nice technique for producing seamless material? I saw some one using High Pass filter and mixed with others. But I am not sure how High Pass really going to work. Any suitable link?

    SMR_PS
    SMR_PS@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: seamless material: way to do it?

    High Pass???

    Are you thinking of tiles for patterns etc?

    Then hereīs a popular method:

    Filter>Other>Offset, offset a fixed value for x and y that you can remember again (I donīt remember if it takes percentages these days, but try 50%).

    Use the Rubber Stamp (clone) Tool to erase/blend in the seams.

    You can now either offset the tile back to its original position (revert values from before with Offset filter), or leave it as it is. - Itīs now a seamless tile.

    Mathias
    Mathias_Vejerslev@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: seamless material: way to do it?

    Adding to Mathias' statement,

    Make a design in a perfect square then:

    Flip horizontal and flip vertical duplications of your design. Doing this will give you a perfect pattern.
    zippy2000@adobeforums.com Guest

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