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How to create a gradually shrinking/growing pattern?

Explorer ,
Aug 16, 2020

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Hi there!

 

I just wanted to know how I could re-create this design (without the watermark, of course!):52803731-repeating-black-white-abstract-circle-pattern-design-background.jpg

I've recently started using fill patterns, but none of them seem to fit for this gradual shift from small-and-far to large-and-close.

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Correct answer by Semaphoric-PLXibM | Adobe Community Professional

In a Grayscale doc, make a Black to White gradient, and then Filter > Pixelate > Color Halftone, with Channel 1 set to 45 degrees.

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How to create a gradually shrinking/growing pattern?

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Aug 16, 2020

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Hi there!

 

I just wanted to know how I could re-create this design (without the watermark, of course!):52803731-repeating-black-white-abstract-circle-pattern-design-background.jpg

I've recently started using fill patterns, but none of them seem to fit for this gradual shift from small-and-far to large-and-close.

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Correct answer by Semaphoric-PLXibM | Adobe Community Professional

In a Grayscale doc, make a Black to White gradient, and then Filter > Pixelate > Color Halftone, with Channel 1 set to 45 degrees.

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In a Grayscale doc, make a Black to White gradient, and then Filter > Pixelate > Color Halftone, with Channel 1 set to 45 degrees.

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