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Duplicate shape all over the backgroud

Community Beginner ,
Nov 17, 2020

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Hello,

I would like to know how something like this:
Adnan7_0-1605628338114.png


is done in Photoshop? I would like to have a shap that I designed to be instead of these dots. Is there a way to do it quickly or I have to duplicate one layer as many as I need?

Also: how to make the same effect with dots, or corssed lines...?

Thank you!

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Duplicate shape all over the backgroud

Community Beginner ,
Nov 17, 2020

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Hello,

I would like to know how something like this:
Adnan7_0-1605628338114.png


is done in Photoshop? I would like to have a shap that I designed to be instead of these dots. Is there a way to do it quickly or I have to duplicate one layer as many as I need?

Also: how to make the same effect with dots, or corssed lines...?

Thank you!

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Make a Pattern. 

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LEGEND ,
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What is the pixel width of the grid supposed to be? 

 

• Create a new, empty document of those pixel dimensions 

• place the illustration or whatever and scale it to meet your needs 

• Select > All

• Edit > Define Pattern 

• in the document where you want to use the grid apply Layer > New Fill Layer > Pattern and select the newly created Pattern 

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22222.png

Open  new file, .5” x .5” (or your choice of spacing),   transparent background

Create an  enlarged view, perhaps >400%. View, not enlargement.

Place a symbol of your choice, size and color in the lower right corner

Edit > Define Pattern

Open a new file, your choice of dimensions, white background and add a blank layer

Edit > Fill > Pattern and in Custom Pattern choose the last one in the set. It is the pattern you just created. OK

 

 

 

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