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r2010 pattern pack 1

By r2010
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I loaded these under Photoshop resources -- though I may move them to Vector resources depending on response.

It can go under either - since the file contains:

.ai
.pat
.pdf
.jpg
.png
and .svg formats

The Photoshop patterns are 100x100
The other file formats are 200x200
and the AI patterns are 100x100 -- but fully scaleable to any size - if you have Illustrator
tiles are black and white so you can edit to taste

If you fav or drop a thanks -- I'll make some more

created wih Alchemy and Illustrator
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montananeco's avatar

I will make to object with your patterns. Thank you!

The-Athenian-Gallery's avatar
These are lovely ! Thanks for sharing :heart: 
zar33n's avatar
thanks for sharing!
NaeemChhipa's avatar
can i use in my commercial projects....
NaeemChhipa's avatar
thanks a lot buddy Nice work
stilgar's avatar
Looks like another very promising resource from you.... thank you so much for your efforts to put these out there!
OlliePolly's avatar
Hi, wanted to know if these are free for commercial use
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Vecteezy's avatar
Awesome! Love the line quality.
Quaddles-Roost's avatar
Exquisite paisleyness - a fave of course :wave:
You may be interested to know that #Paisley-Power lineart and stock resources folders are now open to admissions from non-members,
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RoShinAU's avatar
Awsome stuff! Thanks for sharing ;-)
HappyG's avatar
Hmm see, I could only really use the AI or PNGs here, as I'm looking for some lovely vectors, but the file size is huge so it doesn't seem worth the download time... Great work though!

<3 HappyG
FantasyStock's avatar
:star: This vector resource has been featured in the following news article: Featured Group: #AI-Resources.
yancupak-graphycii's avatar
Thanks so much for sharing your talent and work with us
HighLonesomeDesign's avatar
Thanks so much, I'm new to Illustrator so any kinda resource let's me learn how it works a little better.
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