- scroll down for a free video & visuals of the adobe max pattern people class that i was looking forward to taking a couple of weeks ago. thank you to everyone who suggested which designs to submit, unfortunately the class was structured a lot different from what i thought and i did not get to use them. more about that below.
- but first let me introduce you to a class that i am really looking forward to from a fellow surface design virtual friend of mine. her name is majo bautista a colombian fashion, textile & surface pattern designer. she has been such a great source of resources, advice and inspiration in one of our online groups. so inspiring at times that i have been very curious about her design process, i believe that she will give so much information in this online course that i might sign up myself.
- i always feel that even though i have been teaching illustrator & photoshop for years, it’s important to occasionally peek into another’s designer’s workflow. there are so many tiny nuggets of valuable information that can be discovered when watching someone else being creative. this course is usually $30.00, but majo is giving us a $5.00 coupon code “FASHCKBD” (exp date Jun 6th). click here to view the details and perhaps even sign up for her class on skillshare.
- here are some pictures and a free video of the entire class that i took at the adobe max 2013 conference. some might recall that i submitted some of my doodles to them to see them being put into repeats. i imagined that we would see a lot of examples of our designs being put into repeats, but this class was a lot more, like a pattern history and background information on pattern people than a tutorial based class.
- these 3 pic are the 3 very clean designs that were made into a repeat, if you like to see the entire thought process behind this watch the video below and go all the way to the end of the class.
these are the 3 designs/ doodle from 3 different class participants that were being used.
this is the final “mash up” of the designs.
and look at it in color!
- finally enjoy the video course below & let me know what you think?