How to Create Your Own Wallpaper, Gift Wrap, Desktop Background and More
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to create custom-designed artwork, textiles or desktop wallpapers, we have an upcoming online class with your name on it. We’ve teamed up with pattern extraordinaire Megan Gonzalez to teach you the basics of designing patterns in Adobe Illustrator. The best part? Once you’ve mastered the tools and techniques, you’ll know how to transfer your pattern design to fabrics, prints and digital files like a pro.
DESIGN PATTERNS IN ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR
This course is perfect for pattern patrons who want guidance on how to to think about and create colorful patterns and texture. Plus, it’s a great way to learn how to navigate creative design software like Adobe Illustrator as well.
Get ready to let your imagination run wild with all the shapes and colors you love. In Megan’s fun and informative course, you’ll learn how to:
- Use basic Adobe Illustrator tools.
- Draw, design and scale abstract shapes to create custom patterns.
- Print and produce your patterns for use on various surfaces.
After taking this class, you will be equipped with a new set of creative skills that will allow you to create patterns for any surface. You’ll be creating custom wallpaper, gift wrap and framed art before you know it.
Are you ready to get creative with colors and abstract shapes? Great! Megan’s pattern design class doesn’t launch until mid-June, but if you pre-register today, we’ll not only give you early access to the class, but we’ll also provide a class promo code for 15 percent off. YAY!
And don’t worry! If you don’t have Adobe Illustrator, you can also download it for 30 days with a FREE trial. Just fill in a few deets in the Typeform below and we’ll send you an “Early Access” email on June 9, 2016.
Pre-registration for this class closes ended on June 8 at 4pm PST.
Feeling like you need to brush up on Adobe Illustrator before taking this class? Then definitely check out our Intro to Adobe Illustrator Online Class (available now!).
What patterns are you thinking about making? Tweet us @BritandCo and let us know!