If there is something better than a good design, it is that this design can be repeated infinite times and continue to work, even better than on its own. The illustrator Juan Díaz-Faes ( @diazfaes ) is perfectly aware of the benefits of the multiplier effect and turns his illustrations into patterns whenever he has the opportunity. In the Analog and Digital Pattern Design course , which he teaches at Domestika, he explains different methods to create these repetitive motifs.
The crazy world of pattern design 1 Using analog manual stamping techniques and studying how to create digital designs that can be repeated ad infinitum, Juan Díaz-Faes unravels in this course the different ways to create fun designs from simple shapes and more elaborate illustrations and patterns. The techniques he teaches in this Photo Retouching Service course are the ones Diaz-Faes uses to introduce small rewards into his designs for those who pay attention to detail.
The crazy world of pattern design 3 What Díaz-Faes proposes to his students is a new vision of the world of pattern, which allows them to gradually adopt this technique without neglecting his style, his designs and his illustrations. In addition to showing them the basic rules for creating patterns that work correctly when applying repetition, Díaz-Faes talks about how to apply it to different supports and how to present a pattern design to the client. The crazy world of pattern design 5