This 3-day intermediate course teaches you how Adobe Photoshop can be used to create decorative repeat patterns, covering a range of simple and complex techniques.
The course covers the following main topics:
- Create all-over repeats, half-drop or mirrored repeat patterns
- Accurately positioning motifs and design elements for repeat patterns
- Reduce colours of a repeat pattern suitable for screen printing
- Creating design variations and colourways
This course is taught on PCs. Participants are required to have a good basic knowledge of Photoshop and we recommend attending a beginner’s course at the Museum first. This short course is suitable for those in the textiles, fashion or design sector or simply anyone interested in learning repeating techniques and improving their Photoshop skills.
Participants are required to have basic computer skills. Please bring a pen, notebook and USB stick to save your work.
Early Bird: Book by Sunday 29 March and pay only £200 (20% off)
Numbers are limited for this short course, please book early to avoid disappointment. If you have any questions regarding this course, please get in touch.
Our short courses are a great value way to learn essential design software. Courses take place in the museum’s IT suite and taught by our team of highly experienced tutors. Tuition is in small groups with a focus on your particular learning requirements. The Fashion and Textile Museum is part of Newham College London.