Trippy 1 Pattern Set for Photoshop or Gimp

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This isn't what I'm usually into, but I had some fun using some plug-ins and procedural stuff to create 60 bright, trippy, obnoxious patterns. They are all seamless and tillable at 128 pixels by 128 pixels. They kind of remind me of some of the clothing styles that have been out lately! Anyways, maybe you'll find them useful for something...

Trippy 1 Pattern Set for Adobe Photoshop or Gimp
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Anonymous's picture

Wow, beautiful patterns!

Wow, beautiful patterns!

Anonymous's picture

well done!!! thank you, you

well done!!! thank you, you are very talented :)

Anonymous's picture

can I use it for educational

can I use it for educational purpose

Bill's picture

Yes, you can use these

Yes, you can use these patterns for educational purposes!

Anonymous's picture

gimp says error in texture

gimp says error in texture file format (

Bill's picture

The .pat file is for Adobe

The .pat file is for Adobe Photoshop, just use the included .png of each pattern in Gimp's pattern library and they'll work fine!

Anonymous's picture

This pattern is awesome ! but

This pattern is awesome ! but i can not load it into my
CS4 version. Please tell me, is there any other way to load it. Thank you so much!

Bill's picture

Hello, Unfortunately I

Hello, Unfortunately I created this pattern set in Photoshop CS5 so the .pat file will be incompatible for you. The download does contain a .png of each image that you can turn into a pattern in CS4 if you wish. Otherwise I will be sure to let you know if I manage to create this pattern in an older Photoshop version. I am also looking at creating software to convert patterns just like abrmate currently does for brushes...

Anonymous's picture

Salut, Thank you for your

Thank you for your kind replied.
I will come back to this site, and hope i will find something as beautiful as


Anonymous's picture

thanks much I love them all

thanks much I love them all

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