Seamless is a photoshop plugin helping you to create seamless/tileable patterns or textures with just a few clicks. What exactly does that mean? A Seamless pattern can be repeated without revealing harsh edges. To achieve this, this tool offers a handfull of time saving functions.
– Photoshop Extension / Plugin
– Easy to use Panel / UI
– Helps creating seamless Element & Texture based patterns
– Preview & Save your patterns right in the panel
– Installation Guide included
– Works with Photoshop CC+
**Function Overview: (Global)**
– Preview: Quickly show/hide a preview of how the image would look as a repeated pattern.
– Save: Save your image to the pattern presets with a specified name.
**Function Overview: (Element Patterns)**
– Fix Overflow: Check for overflowing layers and copy them to their opposite side(s).
All copies get linked with their origin layer. Remove all copies with a click.
– Remove: Delete all the shifted layers that were create by the action above
– Shuffle Positions: Assign a random position to each layer. Choose if they should stay inside the document and if overlaps are allowed.
– Shuffle Rotations: Assign a random rotation to each layer. Choose a min and max angle.
– Shuffle Scales: Randomly scale each layer in a
specified value-range. (creates Smart Object to preserve quality)
– Spread Horizontally/ Vertically: Evenly distribute all layers in horizontal or vertical direction.
(calc. based on their center point)
**Function Overview: (Texture Patterns) **
– Merge all Layers: Small time saver: merge all layers into background layer.
– Flatten Light: Remove light contrasts in the image to make it easier to get it seamless. (color & grey mode)
– Flatten Colors: Reduce colors to the average color.
– Enhance Details: Make small details of the image stand out stronger.
– Invert Edges: Apply an offset which inverts the edges and shows non-tileable areas.
– Auto Patch: Quickly content-aware fill the problematic areas – manual patching on top of that might be necessary
– Create Quarters: Copy each quarter of the image to its own layer for local adjustments