25 Seamless Pixel Patterns for Photoshop


May 25th 2012 Tags: , ,
25 Seamless Pixel Patterns for Photoshop

For the first PixelsDaily freebie I have designed 25 pixel patterns that can be used in Photoshop. These are incredibly versatile, easy to use, and make a brilliant addition to a plain background.

Comments & Discussion

  1. Useful! Keep it coming. You’re on a roll. Don’t lose momentum.

    • Cheers Tung Do, will do ;)

  2. Thank you! for sharing it. Keep up the great work.

  3. Thanks a ton :)

  4. I want baby from you. Can we meet?

    • Umm I don’t think my girlfriend would be happy :P

  5. Very useful. Thx for sharing!

  6. Thanks a lot!! Can you make the tutorial how-to create self-made pixel patterns?

  7. Hi,

    As an expert in Photoshop and Web design, do you know how to import a blending image into Dreamweaver?

    I have made a design using Photoshop CS5 but I cannot pass this design to html because when I save the image (water drops) as .png, when I use this image into dreamweaver all black boarders of the image don’t blended.. and still black.

    It is very difficult to explain… if you are interest in help me understand what is going on, please see the design at

    http://alle-gaucho.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d3bh5q5

    Is umbeliavable, but I have made a design that is impossible to transform in html!!! : (

    Thank you!

    Kind regards.

    Alle

  8. Wow, really nice, thanks!

  9. Gracias! :)

  10. Great patterns, thanks for sharing…

  11. Thank you! for sharing it. Keep up the great work.

  12. Great work ! Thanks for sharing.

    Sebastian

  13. It looks great. Thanks for sharing.

  14. Great job! I was looking for a background image for my website and finally found a one that looks great! thank you very much!

    I would like to add a reference to your site in my source – is there any information you would like me to include there?

    • Just a link back to pixelsdaily.com would be great. Thanks!

  15. oke thank’s to your pattern

  16. wow, nice patterns

  17. Love these patterns. Subtle details and gradients are really what separate a professional graphic design from an amateur. Always looking to improve my work. Thanks for sharing.

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